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STULWATEK, MINNESOTA, TUESDAY, AOeOSTli, 18«3. 



NUMBCB 48. 



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STILLWATER MESSENGER 

A. J. VAN VORHES, 

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" The clo$e grapple and thorp steel of 
loyal and patriotic toldiera must always 
put rebeU and traitors lojliffht." — Skcr«- 
TABT Stanton, to the Soldiebb. 



DR. DE MONTREVHiUS, 

STILLWATER, MINN., 

On Mondar and Tuesday of each week, Dr. 
DeMontrevUle will attend at hU office profes- 

sioaallj. 

May ««, 1861.— 37-tC. 

H. F. NOYES, M. D., 

OFFICE in Holcorobe's ne-v stone Build- 
ing, (up stairs.) Main 8trce^ SuH'^oter, 
Minnesota. Residence, corner of Cherry anfl 
Fourth streets. 



NnrsPAPra Law. — 1. A postmaster is re- 
quired to notify by Utter (returning the paper 
does not answer the Iaw)when a subscriber dees 
not take his paper from the office and state the 
reason lor its not being taken : and a nejjle<;t 
to do so makes the po»t-ma«ter rmponMe to 
the publisher for the payment, 

2. Any person who takes a paper regularly 
from the post-office — whether directed to his 
name or another — whether he has subscribed 
or not is responsible for the pay. 

3. If a person oi Jers his paper discontinued 
he roust pay all arrearages, or the publisher 
may continue to send it until payment is made 
and collect the whole amoant, whether it is ta- 
ken from the post office or not ! There can be 
no legal discontinuance until the payment is 
made. 

4. If the subscriber orders his paper to be 
stopped at a certain time, and the publisher 
continues to send it, the subscriber is bound 
t« pay for it, if he takei it out o/lfte pott office. 
The law proceeds on the ground that a man 
must pay lor what he uses. 

ft. The courts have decided that refusing to 
take news papers and periodicals from the 
post-office, or removing and leaving them un- 
called for, is prima fade evidence of intenti- 
onal fraud. 



Frun the St. Paol rionacr and OMUocrat. 

It is not ID the field tM t^ Union 
cause is in the greatest danger. Under 
McClellan and Pope in the East, and 
Grant and Buell in the West, the inter- 
ests of the country are safe in compari- 
son with their condition in localities far 
removed from the scenes of actual strife. 
TTie imminent danger of to-day springs 
rather from Northern politicians than 
from Southern rebels. The "Demo- 
cratic" conventions of the North with 
their uttcances of qualified patriotism 
and practical treason, are doing more to 
weaken tho moral and military strength 
of the Government, than all the armies 
which have been coerced into tho field 
by the despotism of JeiT. Davis. 

Tho platform adopted by the late 
Democratic State Convention of Minne- 
sota, as we find it printed in one of tire 



Wm. M. McCLUER, 

ATTOnSKY AND COrNSELLOR AT 
LAW. Office in Murdotk Bros Block, 
Chestnut street, Still water. Minnesota. 

~ lTe. THOMPSON, 

Allorney and Counsellor at Law. 

OFFICE IN GREELEY'S PLOCK, MAIN 
street, Stillwater, Minn esota. ^ 

sTsTmurdock 

i TTORXEY k OOUNJiELLOR .M LAW, 
i\. Stillwater, Minne-ota. Collections made, 
and remitunces promptly returnei ^ 



— A Lieutenant in one of the New 
York city regiments in the Army of the 
Potomac sent in his resignation on ac- 
count of sickness and the Surgeon en- 
dorsed the application for discharge. The 
matter was referred to General Birney, 
who, after giving it due examination, 
sent back an answer upon the paper con- 
taining the application, in language 
something like this: "The General thinks 
that, with our excellent medical attend- 
ance, and the healthy climate now enjoy- 
ed by our army, it is his duty to refuse 
the application.*' Continuing, he says that, 
".VAer a year of rest and peace, it is not 
AttOVtM»T miA Conuscllorat Law, j tj^^ oxhibition of ^ proper spirit for men 
kFHCE OX THE SECONT) FLOOR OKI ^.jjjj^jj^yij^j. straps to tonJor rcfcigna- 

i'f>u6 wh«(«4Mirig the cnftmy.'- 

Things Moving. — The Detroit Free 
PresA, one of the most ultra Democratic 
papers in the North, is out for the em- 
ployment of negroes in the array. It 
s.ays that whenever a negro is wanted, he 
should be treated as any other rebel 
property— a horse for instance — and 
when we get through with him, " we 
would not be any more particular about 
returning him than we would the horse." 



th« suggestion. It is but justice to aCate 
that the individual who elabonfled that 
idea was Mr. Carlisle of Virginia, whp*B 
Democracy, if not of very recent date, is 
shaped and fashioned by the resoluttoM 
of '98. We are gratified to kpow thai 
Senator Crittenden refused to take part 
in this meeting. 

Guab^au fo ft*atr«l lh« MUito> 
■ippi BiYer. 

Governor Dennison, Gurley, and the 
rest of the Ohio committee, had a long 
interview with Captnm Fox, Assistant 
SecroUry of tlie Navy, on Saturday.— 
They represented the exposed condition 
of Ohio and Indiana alontr the Kentucky 
border, and that no military force, how- 
ever largo and well managed, could ad- 
equately protect tlie whole border from 
such incursions of guerrillas as the re- 

, cent one into Indiana, which tend to keep 

printed in one oi i^ ^^^ ^^ .^ ^^^^^^^^ ^^^ ^^^ ^^^ 

party papers, ha^ only ten lines of quali- j ^^^^ ^^^^^ ^^^,^^ ^^ ^^^ ^^ ^^_ 

nc.1 support of the txoveniment while It . ^.^,^^-J-^^ throughout Kentucky. They 
has nearly mnety hues of unqualified de-!^^^^ ^^^ nav/ department very cor- 
dial in co-operating in their views. 

It was believed tliat there was no 
way so efTectujilly for guarding the bor- 
der as an efficient gunboat force on the 
Ohio river. After a full conference, 
therefore, the Navy department prom- 
ised the committee as many gunboats 
for service exclusively on the Ohio riv- 
er as they wanted. Ten small boats, 
drawing ten feet, have already been se- 
lected and inspected by agents of the 
Navy Department. Captain Fox prom- 
ised that a heavy forde should at once 
be set at work to cut these boats down, 
put on thick wood bulwarks, and plate 
with iron, after the most approved mod- 
els. Each boat is calculated to carry 
two guns and be able to patrol the Ohio, 
river anywhere from the mouth to Pitts- 
burg. 



nuuciation of the legally constituted au- 
thorities of the Government. No man 
can read that platform, if he accepts its 
statements of fact, and imbibes its spirit, 
without feeling that all efforts and sacri- 
fices in behalf of the country are useless, 
and worse than vain ; for there is no 
crime against the Constitution and the 
laws, which is not there paraded as the 
deed of the President and his political 
partisans, and which is not held up be- 
fore the people for their condemnation at 
the polls. 

The present National Administration 
has yet nearly a three years' lease of 
Power. If the rebellion is ever to be 
Crushed, it must be crushed within the 
limits of that time. In any contingency, 
this civil war, during the next three 
ycnrs, must be prosecuted by this Ad- 
ministration, if it be prosecuted at alt. 
Tho pf>wor of the Administration is de- 
rived from the people ; and without 
their sympathy and support, the Gov- 
ernment must fall, inevitably, into rebel | 
hands. The only cfTtKit of the dissemina 
tion of doctrines and sentiments like 



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the buildii.- ocenpied by Proctor & Bro., 

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fulT 19th. 18">». 



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The Spirit off Screnty-Six. 

We have neglected to notice an act of 
.. V II v.^„.f«r.iu mrn rpiiei , h^roism in the family of Enos Grous, of 

ine oiiu iiii-^t. ... I the dark days of the Revolution. Mr. 



WM. F. MASON, 

•CCCESS'>a TO WJI. BASLSTT. 

Wholesale and ReUil dealer in 

HASi, ^AfJ* W'Sm^f 

T%To rl'RM^HlNG COOP?. 
Mo. 4 iSSn* Bl««k. 3d 'Kffh'J'^oTJ^^'^ ^^"^*' 
r«-The only Whole..!. Hat ilon^o ,n M.nn. 
iS^uber 18, \S»-v*-«ift-ly. 

M. E. AMES, 

4 TTORNEY t COlTXiiELr/JR AT LAW 
A. St. Paul, Minnesota. Strict attenuon will 
W paid to business of his profession m all parts 
«f the State. 

VAN VOEHES, 
GENERAL LAND AGENT, 

WILL select land for Eniigranls, Locate 
Und Warrants, and secure pre-emption 
claims, and attend to aU business connected 
with a General Land Agency. Office opposite 
the Post Office. 



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M. S. WILLARD, 

llflTURE DEAI.ER, 

3f'ii» Street, StiUtcaUr, itinnetotn. 
LEG ANT, Medium and Plain Household 
Furniture, Mattrasses, Looking Glasse^ &c. 



BANKER AND BROKER, 

EXCHANGE OX NEW YORK, ST. LOUIS, 
bought and sold- 
Collections made promptly, remitted less 
currant rate of exchange. ^" 

RUDOLPH LEHmCEE, 

^ttorneii at f aten 

Office in Holcombe's Block, Stillwater. Minn. 

WEBSTER & BROTHER. 

HOUSE, SIGN, CARRIAGE 
AyD ORNAMENTAL PAINTERS. 

ilRAlKWO. GLAZINft, MARBLING. ASX> PAPER. 
It Ouffiiiff. Shop on Second itreet South of Cb^■taat. 
StiUwater. March 23. 1859. 



Contract for the monster 
Ram. 

William H. Webb, the well known 
ship builder, has contracted with the 
Government to build an iron steam 
ram, to be covered with six inch iron, to 
have two revolving turrets like the Mon- 
itor, the bow to be covered with 
twelve inch iron, and to have a solid 
iron ram half the length of the vessel ; 
price one and a quarter million dollars. 



MOLLIS B. MXJBBOCE, 

ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW 
and General Agent, Stillwater, Minnesota. 
Stillwater, April 30, 1861. ""* 



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Howe's Standard Scales. 

^ fOR SALE BT 

W^rt yandarvoort, Diekenon h Co., 
■ TlB PUI« Wa ufc o— t 



Noi-190 & 201 Randolph street 
Chicago. Weigh out of Level 
No Che«k Rods. All fric- 
tion received on Balla. 8»-ly 



EicfcaBge, Banking and Collection 
n^Rmra tf scmeffer, 

gTlLbWATER, :::::::: MINNESOTA 

Dealers in Exchange, Coin, and Uncurreat 

Money. 

Drafts (br sale on the Eastern Cities and Europe. 

UTXS A. »ARUSO.] [CHARU;a scHKFrra. 

Not. 22, 1858. 



tf-ul 



Excellent Definition or Good Man- 
ners. — A writer in the Atlantic Month- 
ly thus describes what wc are always 
theorizing about : 

" The world has always been charmed 
with fine manners, and why should it 
not ? For what are fine manners but 
this : to carry your sonl on your lips, 
in your eye, in the palm of your hand, 
and yet to stand not naked, but clothed 
by your individual quality— visible, yet 
inscrutable — given to the hearts of oth- 
ers, yet contained on your own bosom — 
nobly and humanely open, yet duly reti- 
cent and secured from invasion. Pol- 
ished manners often disappoint us ; good 
manners never. The former may bo ta- 
ken on by indigent souls ; the latter im- 
ply a noble and opulent nature." 

^The armory in Springfield, Massa- 
chusetts, makes 14,000 stand of arms 
per month. In a short time it will be 
able, with the private shops in opera- 
tion there, to manufiwture 38,000 guns 
per month. The other armories in New 
England will each be able to furnish the 
government with 200 guns per day.— 
Our firearms are better than the best 
of Europe can afford, and we shall soon 
be making them at the rate of 600,000 
per an num. 

— Gov. Andrew, in hia speech at 
Worcester, said ; 

'• We don't wish to part with any of 
our masculine strength, but whatever 
the President wanU he must have, and 
if the men don't go the women will I 
have thought that if we should send a 
few thousand girls to the war, not only 
would the young men follow, but those 
she-devils of the South would find they 
had their match." 



those put forward by the Democratic 
partv of this State, is to destroy the pub- 
lic confidence in, and withhold public 
suppoit from, the Government. For, 
to every practical Intent the Adminis- 
tration, durin its term, is the Govern- 
ment. And. however cunningly it may 
have 1)een worded, no man can ccntem- 
T>latc its effects i:p<^n the public mind, 
without feeling th.it tjio log'^x^tbc Dem- 
ocratic platt(-rm licvc. is treason. 

Of a similar chfiraoter, th^Migh if possi 
ble worse, are the sentiments uttered at 
the Democratic State Convention of In- 
di.ina, which was held at Indianapolis, on 
the 30th July. Tho principal speakers 
there, were Messrs. Wickliffe of Ken- 
tucky, Carlisle of Virginia, and Richard- 
son of Illinois. From an analysis of 
their speeches, the Chicago Post deduces 
the following as the pointo argued and 
sustained : 

1st, That the Republican party is so 
tinged with abolition, that it is impossi- 
ble^to discriminate between what is, and 
what is not, abolition. 

2d. That no Democrat can conscien- 
tiously or patriotically be a Republican. 
3d. That if the war be made a Repub- 
lican war, it necessarily becomes an Ab- 
olition war, and no Democrat can or 
ought to have anything to do with it, 

4th. If the Democr.icy do not partici- 
pate in the war, the Republicans cannot 
carry it on alone ; a division of the Un- 
ion will be inevrtablo, and in that divi- 
sisn the West has greater interests in an 
alliance with the South than with aboli- 
tionized New England. 

Upon these points, the Post, whose ed- 
itor was the friend and biographer ot 
Douglas, remarks : 

This is a fair synopsis of the collected 
utterances at Indianapolis : some of the 
speakers said one thing, and the others 
the rest, but taking all the speeches to- 
gether, their substance is as we have sta- 
ted. 



Grout's family consists of himself, wife 
and several daughters. Last year, when 
the call was made for troops, the two 
oldest daughters offered to fill the place 
of any two young men who would vol- 
unteer, provided that the employment 
was honorable. This scheme failed ; 
then thcv nffora;! f^ ^q ^^ nurscs*, but 
were rejected on account of their age. 
After thus failing, they offered, if «ho»r 
f.itlK>r, wh-ifr.. heid IwJ^ilrcaay begun to 
feilvcr over, would go, to stay at home 
and tMke care of the farm until he re- 
lumed. In this they were successful. 
lie enlisted in the Eleventh, and for nine 
months has labored for his country in 
that regiment. His wife and daughters 
have done their duty, and no light duty 
has it been. Through the long and cold 
winter they did the chores, foddered ten 
or twelve' head of cattle, milked five 
cows, &c. With such an example, who 
shall say that our mothers and daughters 
do not possess the spirit of our revolu- 
tionary sires. In addition, such an ex- 
ample ought to shame many of our young 
men, who are lounging around stores 
and saloons, into the ranks. — Columbus 
( Wis.) Banner. 



■ Aa A«TMitMN»'la^Ji1ittiiMf»/- ' 
The followit^ is an extract from a pri- 
vafe letter written by Ur. Cfeorge T. 
May, -wlio aocdmpanies Captiiin Bannjng, 
the chief eooimlssary of tSenera! Chrtis' 
army. The letter Is deecriptive of %e 
martifa from DaitesTHIe tolJden*, Ark,, 
and is dated At the latter place : ' 

Day before yesterday (July 14)1 had 
an adventure which I will relate as briefly 
as possible. I was beeind the rear divi- 
sion of our 'army, with four six-aiulo 
teams and a squad of ten men to oc^ect 
bacon, sug,'ir;d:c,,«nd when about four 
miles from camp learned from a negro 
boy that soma sixteen men of the 
neighborhood were armed and out look- 
ing for us, for the purpose, ns the negro 
said, " of killing the Yankees." 1 sent 
two men back to camp for reinforcements 
and moved on with the train and the 
eight remaining men, trusting t'nat we 
would be able, having far better arms, 
to clean out any sixteen secesh. I went 
on two miles further, collected a lot of 
bacon, and was about to leave the farm 
on which the meat was found, when my, 
party was surrounded by fron4 80 to 
lOO Texan Rangers. Tho men after 
delivering their fire at the rebels, ske- 
daddled for their lives. I was on foot, 
having left my horse in front of the 
farmhouse some distance back, and con- 
cluded to stand my ground and not at- 
tempt to run, as I was very much 
fatigue^. Tho shot flew thick and fast 
around me, but I succeeded in getting 
into the farmhouse to await the result 
which was to my mind certain and 
speedy death. After some fifty or sixty 
shots had been fired, and I concluded all 
my boys had been killed, the aeceih rode 
up to the farmhouse, and as good fortune 
would have it, the first men who came 
up were the Captain and Lieutenant 
Colonel of the confederate service, who 
was along on a deUiched service. The 
Captain called to me, and I .vent out and 
met him on equal terms, inquired his 
name, and said that I presumed I was his 
prisoner. He said " yes," but that he 
did not wish to take me along. I in- 
quired how about the two wounded 
men who had been brought in, and the 
reply was we would all be paroled. I 
demurred to the parole on the ground 
that I was a civillian, and Lieut. Col. 
Chappall, the rebel oflficfer, took tho proper 
view of tho subject nnd allowed ni9 full 
liberty to go when and where I pleased, 
and to take care of my (XinttA and wonna- 
ed men. Our lease of life all the time, 
and mine particularly, was not worth a 
moment's purchase, for if any of the 
privates had come up first, they would 
have shot us down without any hesita- 
tion, their policy being to take no pris- 
oners. 

Our loss was one killed and three 
wounded, and one soldier and two team- 
sters taken prisoners. 

You may imagine I was glad to escape 
from this scrape so cheaply. 



-li«^flrM»«i«rtiaf<«^4an^lfi^fi*o^feM t<Hiiglit, 
fimt'BMll>ttMroa«ilk»iKW*aalb«f ay . 



_^ .i.arrthqrV 

ttone at Uieir coantry'a calL 
Am^ytt, aad yet, 
\fe cannot forget, 

IMi many brarr hoyi moRt foil. 

VnSn the homeiteiu) roof n<«Ued lo cosy aad warin ; 
While toldiert «leep wiUi litUe or nongbt / 

To ■hcftflrihem'frein the storm* 
ReaUnK on graMy cooebes, pillowed oB liiltocica oaap. 
Of marUal Ure, how little we know, 'tm brothers are In 

CDOacs.— Brave twya are they, Ac. 

Thinking uo lev of tbem, loTing oar ooantry the 
moT% 
We sent them forth to flelit for thcflag 
Their fstbcia before Utem bore. 
Though the great tear-drops started, lUis was onr part - 

in; trust : 
.'■God bless you boys, we'll welcome you home, when 
rebeU are in the dxiat I" 

Oaoafs.— Brare boys are they, 4e. 

May thi; briglit wings .of love guard Uiem wLerercr 
(hey roam; 
The timeb.'is come when brotbers must Bghf, 
And sisters must pray at home. 
0, tha dread field of batUe soon to be atrewn with 

graves ; 
If onr brethen fell, ! bury tbem where our banner ift 
triumph waves. 

CHORr.-*.— Pr.ive toys are they , &c. 



Colored Laborew for OTcClel- 
lan's Army. 

A letter in the N. Y. Tribune from 
Harrison's Landing, sjiys : 

The steamer South America arrivved 
here yesterday, Mith about 000 colored 
laborers under charge of Mr. W. B. 
Cook. They were brought from Nor- 
folk, Portemouth, Fortress Monroe and 
Newport News, At the latter place a 
squad of tweniy-fivc cavlary were sent 
with Mr. Cook to scour tho neighboring 
country and pick up every contraband 
they could find. Their arrival in camp 
yesterday created much amusement from 
their display of dress and the nature of 
the bundles with which every one ol them 
I was provided. There are about 450 
Wc have no purpose of arguing either effective men among them tl^^^^l-Jj^^^^g 

of these points.^ Admit them all to be women and children belongug to the 

true, and what then T P^rty. We are just lind.ng out that ^e 

Suppose the Republican party to be have use for those men, and 1 am in- 

an aboUtion party through and tlirough,|formed the South America returns to-day 

and suppose no Democrat can ever be a for another cargo 

Republican, what theory affecting this 

war do those facts furnish 1 We do not 

understand how this war can become any 

kind of a war but one. It was com- 
menced by the rebels to dissolve the 

Union. If in the suppression of the war 

commenced for such a purpose, it be- 
comes necessary to sweep slavery out of 

existence, the war docs not thereby be- 
come an abolition war, any more than it 

would become a war of extermination if 

our armies were compelled to sacrifice 

the lives of a garrison who refused to 

surrender. The moment the rebels will 

give up, our word for it Mr. Lincoln and 

the liepablican party will very gladly 

make peace on any constitutional basis. 

The war therefore is not in the hands of 

the Republicans or of thp North. It is 
in the hands of the rebels ; while they 



What ttie Blacks Have Done 

From the New York KTening Poet. 

The blacks are, and* have constantly 
proved themselves our friends. They 
have served us at every turn ; a black 
man, at the risk of his life, piloted Gen. 
Burnside to the only undefended landing 
on Roanoke Island ; a black saved a large 
part of Gen, Banks' army from what 
would have been a fatal surprise ; a black 
man risked a horrible death to bring cut 
to us from the chief nest of the rebels, one 
of the most valuable steamers; in North 
Carolina they have traveled hundreds of 
miles from the interior, to bring news 
they thought valuable ; on the South Car- 
olina coast, the inlormation our comman- 
ders have received from them has been of 
intnenanasoi ,ao reue,« ; wu.e .uey the utmost value, and has been coramu- 
persist in fighting they cre;te or destroy "''cated at the mo«t ^desperate hazards 
Ke^esgity of the government doing wherever they have been encouraged or 
this or that military act. Let them lay 
down their arms and there will bono abr 
olitioB or any other kind of war.' 
The proposition that a division of the 



Playing at War« 

We have just seen a worthy citizen 
who went down to Suffolk, Virginia, a 
few days since to see his son in the Union 
force* stationed there, and this was part 

of his experience : 

" Suffolk is the petty center of a strong 
slave-holding county (Nansemond)which 
has been for some weeks in the peaceful 
possession of our troops. Fifty stacks 
of good fresh hay stood in plain sight, 
but our horses were fed on hay brought 
from New York at a cost of not less than 
$40 per tun. Our friend, having spent 
some hours with his son, proposed to go 
into the village and find supper and 
lodging at a tavern. His sou stared. 
' W^y, they wouldn't give you supper or 
lodging there for any money. You will 
have to stay in camp with me, and take 
such fare as we have.' So the father, 
having no choice, concluded to stay. 
Supper was soon brought on j it con- 
sisted of good bread (they were out of 
meat just then) and tolerable coffee, 
black as your hat, * Is' there no milk 
here t ' queried the astonished father. 
' Plenty,' replied the son j ' but they 
wouldn^t let us have a drop to save our 
lives.' So the father ate his bread and 
sipped his coffee, wondering if rebels in 
a region under loyal' rule were ever al- 
lowed to bully their conquerors so be- 
fore. And he came away wondering. 

We rejoice in the faith that this is to 
be endured no longer. The new Confis- 
cation act and Gen, Pope's 0«<ler bring 
us very near thfl end of it.— -^. F. Trio-, 
une. 



Early Attaclimeutii. 

The attachments formed in early life, 
are generally more enduring than those 
formed in after years. Almost every 
person looks back with melancholy 
pleasure, with a smile or tear, upon the 
sunbright hours of childhood and youth. 
Surrounded into overwhelming by the 
noise and strife of an e^r, contending 
world, fancy will^ at times, bear him 
back to the hallowed spot of his birth. — 
The lofty woods again re-echo with the 
mingled shouts of mirth; again he 
sports with his companions beneath 
each well romembered tree in the or- 
chard ; and again sits with his compan- 
ions beneath each well remembered tree 
in the orchard ; and again he sits with 
the loved and loving ones around the 
wide old hearth, while the joyous hours 
pass by unheeded. Tbere sits the fa- 
ther, the mother, the sister, the brother, 
each in their favorite place in the circle, 
and as kind and careful as ever before. 
The big bright fire sparkles and glows 
emblematical of the glow in the hearts 
of those by whom it is now surrounded. 
Perchance there will come, too, a recol- 
lection of (»ue dearer still than tho cho- 
sen home circle; and again beneath the 
T>hciu rays of the pale moon, he holds 
the white hand confidingly within his 

c^yxti^,ar^^ lk>tens to the ^tr^Mif^i'^'^S 
sounds of that voice. But reality brings 
him back, and tells him that the fire up- 
on tliat hearthstone has long since died 
out, tho flame of life has been extin- 
guished by the band of death, and that 
death has led away with him that radi- 
ant form. 

" And should he geek his once lored home, 
Where is the hand that cropped the flowers ? 
Unheard, their clock repeats ita hours< 
Gold is the hearth within their bowers; 
Its echoes and its empty tread, 
Would sound like voices of the dead." 

The old homestead is deserted ! Ru- 
in haa here had its perfect worki W here 
once sat the happy sire, and in the cor- 
ner where the sister nesilodf now the 
horrid form of the rattlesnake is colling. 
The flower garden is overgrown with 
weeds, and the' trees of the orchard 
are moas covered and decayed, or en-' 
tirely passed away. But he refuses to 
think of it thus ; he reflectH upon it on- 
ly as the abode of contentment, and the 
home of love ; and wherever fate may 
bear him up through the world, this 
must ever remain the green spot, the 
one oasis in the desert of life. But he 
gives it only a thought ; he dashes the 
tear which has unconsciously trickled 
down his cheek. His motto is "©n- 
ward," he looks not back, or he may be 
transformed into a monument of re- 
gret; more immovable than the pillow 
of salt which was once Lot's wite ; he 
nerves him again for the combat, and 
hastens on, forgetful of the past, as he 
should be, and fully believing, :With the 

poet, thftt 

" There's life alpnc in duty done. 
And i*«t alone in striving." 



0Ttiii Wortf^ off If^tei JPcr«*ii«. 

' Head »f J^ •rmiL/'-'Jf BpolectfJ. 

* I must sleep/— Byron. 

' Kiss me, Ilardy.' — Lord Nelaon. 
' Don't pve ^ tiM alrip.' — LantMce. 
' I'm shot tf I doB^tiieMate Vm diyiag.* 
-^Chaooelur Thurlow. 

* h this your fidelity V~ Nero. 

* Clasp my hand, my dear friend, I ^e.^ 
— AUieri. 

' Give Day roles a chair.' — Lord Ches- 
terfield. 

' God preserve Uie Emperor.'-^-IIa/de 

•The artery ceases to beat,*— Haller. 

' I.*t the light enter.' — Goethe. 

' What ! Is there no bribing death t '— 
Cardinal Beaufort ' 

' 1 have loved God, ray fatlter and lib- 
erty.'— Madame de Stael. 

* Be serious.' — Grotlusv * 

' Into thy h-ands, O Lord.' — ^Tasso, 

' 1 pray you, see me- safe op, and for 
niy coming down, let me shift for my- 
self,' (ascending thescaftild.) — Sir Thom- 
as Moore,- 

'Don't let that awkward squad fire 
over my grave.'-- ^Burns. 

' I feel as if I were to be inysplf .tgain,* 
—Sir Walter Scott. 

' 1 resign my soul to God — and my 
daughter to my country.' — Tliomas Jef- 
ferson. 

' It IS well.' — Was^ffffgtow. 

' Independence forever.' — Adam*/ 

*ki«the last of earth.'-^. Q. Ad* 
ams. 

' I wish yoti to on^fstand t^ prinei* 
p4es of the government I wish them car- 
ried out. \ ask nothiag more.' — Harri- 
son. 

' 1 have endeavored to do my doty*'— ■ 
Taylor, 

* You spoke of refreshtwent, my Emi- 
lie -f take my last notes, sit down to my 
piano, here, and sing them with the hyimi 
of your sainted n^other ; let me hearonoe 
mt)rc those notes which have so long 
been my solacement and delight.' — ifo- 
zart. 

' A dying man can do nothing easy, 
— Franklin. 

' It grows dark, boys ; you may go.' 
— Dr. Adam, 

' God bless you, my dear,'^-Dr, John- 
son, 

' God bless you ! * • * Is that yoo^r 
Dora ? ' — Wordsworth. 

' Now it is come.' — John Knox. 

* Dying, Dying.' — Hood, 
' How grand those rays ; they seem t<T 

beckon earth to Heaven ! ' (The sun wa« 
shining brilliaptly into the room in-whiieh- 
he was lying.) — Humboldt 

* TpII them to obey the laws, and sup- 
port the Coiwtitntion'of the UnWed States, 
—Stephen A. Douglas, 



even permitted, they have served us. 



LB V y ^B U-AJWIEXiS have 
in btoie a hirge variety of ladie's Dress 



i a li > ' « » ■ 



the WKVif fnjlimn'*'-''"^*"'-' 



Stanton's order about furlough.s is 

considered equal to io.OoO or 100,000 
recruits. 



The Territory of- DacoUh promis- 

,u,^„.^.. .^estb be one of 'the Ticb^?t and most 

Union would be necessary if the Democ- productive portions of the country. B 
racy refused to participate in the war, | jg larger than all New EnglaiMl, b6ing 
and that a new Union with New En- 1 ^^, , . „^_„ ct-^- of the size of New 



gland left out might be made, is a dis- 
reputable, dishonorable and traitoeous 
insult to the Dennycracy of the nation. 
No man with his heart in the right place 
or with hie patriotism not c«>rrnpted by 
au attachment to slavery, would make' 



equal 
York. 



Gen, Curtis has retorncd With his ar- 
my to tho interior of Arkadsss, to cut 
off price. 



The Secesh Democracy Illustra- 
ted, &c. 

Beecher says : 

For more than sixteen months, this 

great twenty raiilioti people, educated to 

free action,' accustomed to parties, to 

Bndless divisions and contentions^ have 

stood before the world a, unit for the 

Union ! The recent efforU of a ^ few 

masked men of the North to fcrcate a 

party of opposition to the Government, 

have but served to show the strength 

and breadth of this Poptilar Unity — 

Tiey tnxi ont of the greatehannei intw a 

b*yon, and thought the cofrent woujd 

foBow them, Instead of .that, the Jjreai 

river (fo#8 on, and they, cnt off, sit 

arotmd the edges of their piool, which 

every day is drying, up and. becoming 

smaller and dirtier, cr9aking into eacli 

other's &oes the melancholy doctrii^ 

that if the people would not adopt their 

^vtWle, thev ought to Iwvc d<©he it. 



Monruiug For Tbe Dead. 

"A>'o you must not put on mourniug." 
♦♦ Oh, mother ?" and Maddic lifted her 
head with a beseeching glance, 

»* No, de^, 1 forbid it y I wonld have 
you think of me in another waj^ than that 
suggested by glOomy colors. Wear 
tfrMte as often as you please ; let that be 
your roouraiBg garb, or rather let it be 
an emblem of my happi.ne«s and the pu-, 
rity of heaven. Think of me as being 
arrayed in tho shining white of heaven, 
not tis mere" dust, senseless and soiiUess 
in ^e tomb. In the midst of music, of 
flowers, of every innocent .enjoyment, 
•kecR my memory fresh, for there ia mu- 
sic in heaven ; immprtal gardens bloom 
there, and l?s delights itiiath iiot entered 
inta the heart of man to 'conceive, "fn 
this way, iriy dariing,^ycu can in one 
sense keep me by you, jmd say to your- 
self many, times, ' No I am not mother- 
less.' As soon as tho first. heaviness of 
your grief wears awaj', v^u will love to 
feel that ] am resting— that I #m basking 
in the'simshine of Go?'s great love— that 
I am patiently- wathig for yon. 

.- ■ ■ » i — '— 

-About one thousand, officers have' 
resigned since tlvi recent battles, most of 
them avowedly, as after the hattle ol 
Bull Bi^n, to raise new commands. 

—A Man cannot possess anything 

■4,hat is better than 'a gooJl wttman, nor 

anything that is worse than a bad one. 



A mad Poetess, 

Washington Corre«pondencc Home Jounul. 

hi that part of the Washington Asy- 
lum which is still devoted to its insane 
patients, Dr. Kicholas^ showed me a sight 
which watf particularly touchins to ihe. 
Cioss-legged upon the round table in the 
centre of the room was seated a woman 
perhaps thirty years of i^, who had d»e 
remains of remarkable beauty ;- the 
fmest of htrge, dark wild eyes, and fea- 
tures which, though ghastly prfe, were 
exceedingly well cut and expressive. 
Her long, gray hair was dishevelled, and 
of her dress and appearances she evi- 
dently had not a thought ; but, open on 
her lap was a volume from which ahe 
was pretending to read alot>d, making an 
anintwlligrble and incoherent gabble. By 
her side hiy a handsomely prmted vol- 
ume of a novel of her own writing, with 
her own likeness as a frontispiece, and 
she had gone crazy as au authorei^s ! It 
was the daughter of the poet, Sumner 
Lincoln Fah-field, and she had started 
with great promise, publishing her first 
book in Bo-ston, lioth of her parents, it 
will be remembered, were of the over- 
imaginative class, and it proved that the 
two-fold inheritance of the gift was too 
much. But what a pity is such an ap- 
parently unnecessary wreck of a life- 
time of a beautiful girl, for I am told 
that her recovery is hopeless. The doc- 
tor said that, for seconds only, she re- 
gained her consciousness ; and he asked 
mo to address some remark to her. I 
did, observing that she must be very 
lonely, sometimes, in that unfurnished 
roohi. Her attention was arrested by 
niv voice, and she sUred around and 
fix'ed her large dark eyes upon me. 
"'Yes," she said, " these asylums are the 
moumfullest of we^y places!" Alas 
(br the head that is to go wild with over- 



endowingb 



Draftfnv* 

The process of drafting in other coun- 
tries and as it would be here, is this : 
Rolls are prepared of those liable to serve 

able-bodied men between the aaes of 

18 and 45— ftnd'the requisite number of 
names are drawn by lot in'the presence 
of prescribed ofiicials. The persons 
dwiwn are notified and given opportunity 
to prove themselves exen>pt, or provide 
suitable substitutes, failing in which they 
are compelled to serve, or submit to 
heavy penalties, generally imprison- 
ment. 

All male citizens of the United States 
bet.ween the ages of 18 and 45 are liable 
to be drafted, except those who are em- 
ployed in the civil service of thi (iovem- 
ment, from <»re8idenf down to mail car- 
riers, and all those who are disabled by 
age, disease or personal inability. 

—Prentice says : Jeff, Davis is gath- 
ering a million of *b«ttcmut8" for us 
to crack this fall and ^ iri^r. All that 
should be forthcomiJk^ now ia the B»t- 



crackers. 



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VOLUME 6. 



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STILLWATER, MINNESOTA, TUESDAY, AUGUST 18, 1862. 



NUMBCR 48. 






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If' H E 

STILLWATER MESSENGER 

A. J. VAN VORHES, 

EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. 

t. taniohed to «ttb9criber8 for two dollaks per ye»r If 
lliTJ^MIkln -Is ■<M>»k«. An addlMon«l charge of »fly 
JSJi will ke Biad* wlwa payment >• d«Ujr«i »)«y«nU 
thAt time. _ ^ 

)Ffia IS GmiEFS BWCI, IMS STHn. 

RATE*: OF ADVERTIS1N6. 
f 18 /««, (100 JK^rdt or U*») nrnxtUutt a »9y^] 
*■ ^ r.for oneln-oertion, - - " " 22 

Meh •ddUioDal >' * * ia S 

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Oa«»balf eolamn, 



6 
w '• 1 TC«r, 

One column, :t monttu, 
» •« 9 " 
M " 1 ye»f 1 

Bwiness cards, 9 Mat* or 1 



, 1 y«»r, 
6 montlM, 
8 



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$6 00 

400 
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" 7%e elote grapple and sharp tUel of 
loyal and patriotic toidiers must always 
put rebels and traitors to flight.^'' — Skcbk- 
TAHr Stantuh, to xns Soldiers. 



Nrwsp.iprR Law. — 1. A postmaater is re- 
qaired to notify by Utter (returning the paper 
does not answer the I«w)wben a aubflcriber does 
not take his paper from the office and state the 
reason for ita L.ot being taken : and a neglect 
to do 30 makes the poat-master retpoHubU to 
the publisher for the payment, 

2. Any person who takes a paper regularly 
from the post-ofBcc — whether directed to his 
name or another — whether he has subscribed 
or not is responsible for the pay. 

3. If a person orders his paper discontinued 
ho must pay all arrearages, or the publisher 
may continue to send it until payment is made 



Th« ''DeMoeratio" WLmretmeuU 
Tlirowchont the Ilortta. 

Frum Um St. Paul PioiMer and Democnu. 

It is not in the field t,h*t the Union 
cause is in the greatest danger. Under 
McGellan and Pope in the East, and 
Grant and Buell in the West, the inter- 
ests of the country are safe in compari- 
son with their condition in localities fur 
removed from the scenes of actual strife. 
Tlie imminent danger of to-day springs 
rather from Northern politicians than 
from Southern rebels. The " Demo- 
cratic" conventions of the North with 
their uttei-ances of qualified patriotism 
and practical treason, are doing more to 



the suggestion. It is but justice to state 
that the individual who elaborated that 
idea was Mr. Carlisle of Virginia, whose 
Democracy, if not of very recent date, is 
shaped and fashioned by the resolutions 
of '98. We are gratified to kpow that 
Senator Crittenden refused to take part 
in this meeting. 



DR. DE MONTREVIIiliE, 



s 



#•«*« 



T I L L W A T E R, MINN., 

On Monday and TiJIl^ *',^'' «rril^fe' 
DeMontreville will attend at bis ofBce profes 

sionallr. 

May «6. 1861.— 37-tt 



H. F. NOTES, M. D., 

>FFICE in Holcorohf': ' 



(9 

OFFICE in Holcoronf^ ii'-'v stone Build- 
inji, (up ^Uirs,) Main 9trce^ Stdlw.ter 
Minaew^ Residence, comer of Cherry and 
Fourth streets. 



Wm. M. McCLUER, 

ATTORNEY IXD COUNSELLOR AT 
LAW. Office in Murdoek Bro s Block, 
Chestnut street, Stillwater, Minnesota. 



K E. THOMPSON, 

Attorney and Counsellor at Law. 

FFICE IN" GREELEY'S FLOCK, MAIN 



AdTertUements not marked on the copy for »»?««'*« 
n«mber of insertions, will V continue.1 until either by 
a Vrmen or rerbal notice, th^y »h»n W ordered oat, 
»i»d ua^Bient «giaete<l aecorihnifly. 

T-SJT^entrprr .quare will b« charged for each 

''DSS>7ed*^d"eJSe''t^f invarlaWy charged e«tra | and collect the whole amo.nt, whether it is ta 
ratw. ^^^_^______ ! ken from the postoflSee or not I There can be 

no legal dlscontinnance until the payment is 

made. 

4. If the subscriber orders his paper to be 
stopped at a certain time, and the publisher 
continues to tend it, the sabscriber is bound 
t* pay for it, if he taket U out of the pott office. 
The law proceeds on the ground that a man 
must pay tor what he use& 

5. The courts have decided that refusing to 
take news papers and periodicals from the 
post-office, or removing and leaving them un- 
called for, is prima facie evidence of intenti- 
onal fraud. 



o 



street, Stillwater, Minnesota. 



8. S. MURDOCK 

4 TTORXEY & COUNSELLOR AT LAVd , 
A Stillwater. Minnesota. Collections made, 
and remittances promptly returned. 



— A Lieutenant in one of the New 
York city regiments in the Army of the 
Potomac sent in his resignation on ac- 
count of sickness and the Surgeon en- 
dorsed the application for discharge. The 
matter was referred to General Birney, 
who, after giving it due examination, 
sent back an answer upon the paper con- 
taining the application, in language 
something like this: "The General thinks 
that, with our excellent medic.il attend- 
ance, and the healthy climate now enjoy- 
ed by our army, it is his duty to refuse 
the application.*' Continuing, he says that, 
"Ailer a year of rest and peace, it i? not 



Oiiab«au to i'atrol the Ml«iis- 
sippl Biver. 

Governor Dennison, Gurley, and the 
rest of the Ohio committee, hod a long 
interview with Captain Fox, Assistant 
Secretary of tlie Navy, on Saturday. — 
They represented the exposed condition 
of Ohio and Indiana alontr the Kentucky 
border, and that no military force, how- 
ever large and well managed, could ad- 
equately protect tlic whole border from 
such incursions of guorrilliia as the re- 
cent one into Indiana, which tend to keep 
the country in constant alarm, and feed 
the hopes and revive (he courage of sc- 
ce'ssionista throughout Kentucky. They 
department very cor- 
dial in co-operating in their views. 

It was believed that there was no 
way so elTectnally for guarding the bor- 
der as an efficient gunljoat force cm the 
Ohio river. After a full conference, 
therefore, the Navy department prom- 
ised the committee as many gunboats 
for service exclusively on the Ohio riv- 
er as they wanted. Ten small boats, 
drawing ten feet, have already been se- 
lected and inspected by agents of the 
Navy Department. Captain Fox prom- 
ised that a heavy fordfc should at once 
be set at work to cut tlicse boats down, 
put on thick wood bulwarks, and plate 
with iron, after the most approved raod- 
cls. Each boat is calculated to carry 
two guns and be able to patrol the Ohio, 
river anywhere from the mouth to Pitts- 



weaken the moiul and military strength 
of the Government, than all the armies 
which have been coerced into the field 
by the despotism of Jeff. Davis. 

The platform adopted by the late 
Democratic State Convention of Minne- 
sota, as vre find it printed in one of thp 
party papers, has only ten lines of quali- 
fied support of the Governmont, while it 
has nearly ninety lines of unqualficd dc- ^^^^ ^^^ ^^ 
nuiiciution of the legally constituted au- •' 

thorities of the Government. No man 
can read that platform, if he accepts its 
.statements of fact, and imbibes its spirit, 
without feeling that all efforts and s;icri- 
fices in behalf of the country are useless, 
and worse than vain ; for there is no 
crime against the ConstituUon and the 
laws, which is not there paraded as the 
<3eed of the President and his political 
partisans, and which is not held up be- 
fore the people for their condemnation at 
the polls. 

The present National Administration 
hag yet nearly a three years' lease of 
Power, If the rebellion is ever to be 
Crushed, it must be crushed within the 
limits of that time. In any contingency, 
this civil war, during the next three 
years, must be prosecuted by this Ad- 
ministration, if it be prosecuted at all. 

The pf)wer of the Administration is de- f|.|,^ Spirit of Scrcnly-Six 

rived from the people; ^nd without ^^^ j,^^^ j^^^^ ^^ ^^^j,^ ^^ ^^t of 

their ''{'"P-^^''; ,^"!^„;"Pblv'into r^bli '-eroism in the'family of Enos Grous, of 
ernment must ^f^'^'^''^}]l:'^^J^^^^ I Fall River, which reminds us forcibly of 
hands. The only cftect of thedissemina- , ^^ ^ _, ^;> ^ ^^^ p„„„i.,t;.,„ Mn 

tion of doctrines and sentiments like 



Att«VW**y awd Coiuiscilorat Law, j tj^^, oxhibition of ft proper spirit for men 

with shoulder strap.s to tender rcfcigna- 



OF 



OFFI.^E ON THE SECONT) FLOOR 
the buiWins occupied by Troctor i Bro 

lUia .*fret.'t. Still" atfr, M -..-..trt. 

™!y I9th. 185tf. ^3-n4t. 



WM. F. MASON, 

trCCUS'^B T" WJI. KASLKTT. 

-Wholesale and ReUil dealer in 

r"^-^--' ^T-RMSHING GOOD?. 

r«-rhe only Wholc^^^le Hat U-><e in M.nn. 
JSober lb, Iffli-vt-ni-ly. 



M. E. AMES, 

ATTORNEY k COUNSELI^R AT LAVV, 
St. Paul. M innesota. &trict attenuon will 
fee p«id to business of hi.* profession in all parts 
«f the Stole. 

VAN VOKHES, 
GENERAL LAND AGENT, 

WILL select land for Emigrants, Locate 
Land Warrants, and secure pre-emption 
claims, and attend to aU business 
with a General Land Agency 
the Post Office. 



{.i'ltiS W 



g the enemy 



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burg. 



TniN-G8 Movijjo. — The Detroit Free 
Pre«s, one of the most ultra Democratic 
papers in the North, is out for the em- 
ployment of negroes in the army. It 
s.iys that whenever a negro is wanted, he 
should be treated as any other rebel 
property— a horse for instance— and 
when we get through with him, " we 
would not be any more particular about 
returning him than we would the horse." 



connected 
Office opposite 



E 



M. S. WILLARD, 

1JR3IITURE DEALER, 

Jf.iin Street, StillKater, Minneeota. 
LEG.VNT, Medium and Plain Household 
Furniture, Mattrasses, Looking Glasses, ic. 



Contract for the :noaster Iron 
Ram. 

William H. Webb, the well known 
ship builder, has contracted with the 
Government to build an iron steam 
ram, to be covered with six inch iron, to 
have two revolving turrets like the Mon- 
itor, the bow to be covered with 
twelve inch iron, and to have a solid 
iron ram half the length of the vessel ; 
price one and a quarter million dollars. 



BANKER AND BROKER, 

1;^XCHAXGE ON NEW YORK, ST. LOUIS, 
U bou>;ht and sold. 
Collections made promptly, 
currant rate of exchange. 



remitted less 
40 



RUDOLPH LEHMICKE, 

^ttor«et| at ^aM). 

OfBee In Holcombe's Bloc k, Stillwater, Miim. 

WEBSTER & BROTHER. 

HOUSE, SIGN, CARRIAGE 

AND ORNAMENTAL PAINTERS. 

CiRAnnsG. ouAzwa. makbuso, akd paper. 
r^ungt^. Shop on Second itreet Sooth of CbMtaat. 



Stillwater. March 22. 



HOIIIS B. MTJBDOCK, 

ArrORNBT AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW 
. and General Agent, Stillwater, Minnesota. 
StUIwater, April 30,1 8«L nS3. 



Howe's Standard Scales. 

^^^ FOR SALE BT 

^^rt Vaadsrrosrt, Diekersoii ft Co., 
I nn Plate WarekowM, 



No»-I90 & 201 Randolph street 
Chicago. Weigh out of Level 
No Cheek Eods, All fric- 
tion received on Balla 6*-ly 



KxCKLLENT DsFINITIOV OF GoOD MaN- 

jfEKS. — A writer in the Atlantic Month- 
ly thus describes what we are always 
theorizing about : 

" The world has always been charmed 
with fine manners, and why should it 
not ? For what are fine manners but 
this : to carry your sonl on your lips, 
in your eye, in the palm of your hand, 
and yet to stand not naked, but clothed 
by your individual quality — visible, yet 
inscrutable — given to the hearts of oth- 
ers, yet contained on your own bosom — 
nobly and humanely open, yet duly reti- 
cent and secured from invasion. Pol- 
ished manners oflcn disappoint us ; good 
manners never. The former may be ta- 
ken on by indigent souls ; the latter im- 
ply a noble and opulent nature," 

—The armory in Springfield, Massa- 
chusetts, makes 14,000 stand of arms 
per month. In a short time it will be 
I able, with the private shops in opera- 
tion there, to inanufiwture 88,000 guns 
per month. The other armories in New 
England will each be able to furnish the 
government with 200 guns per day.— 
Our firearms are better than the best 
of Europe can afford, and we shall soon 
be making them at the rate of 600,000 

per annum. 

—Got. Andrew, in bis speech at 



Exctage, Banking and Collection 

Mf^HLIJTG a SCMEFFER, 

grtLVifATZZ, :::::::: MINNESOTA 

D«al«r* ia Exchange, Coin, and Uncorrent 

Money. 

DnfUtor sale on the Eastern Cities and Europe. 
MTHA.-OARUNO.] [CHAEUkS SCHKrr«. 

Nov, 28, 1858, «-«»* 



Xj in btote 
i a li I ' * » ■ 



SB U.AJQ'IEX^S have 

a Urge variety of ladie's Dresi 
the wHVit ft.4l.ir.«'.M,.=»..io. 



Worcester, said ; « 

'• We don't wish to part with any of 
our masculine strength, but whatever 
the President wanU he must have, and 
if the men don't go the women will. I 
have thought that if we should send a 
few thousand girls to the war, not only 
would the young men follow, but those 
she-devils of the South would find they 
had their match." 

—Stanton's order about furloughs is 
considered equal to io.OoO or 100,000 
recruits. 



those put forward by the Democratic 
partv of this State, is to destroy the pub- 
lic confidence in, and withhold public 
support from, the Government. For, 
to every practical intent the Adminis- 
tration, durln its term, is the Govern- 
ment, And. however cunningly it may 
have l)een worded, no man can contem- 
plate its ef!cots '.'."^An the public mind, 
without feeling that t^e loguxjf t'b^ I>="^- 
(.oratic plattorm here, is treason. 

Of a similar clmraoter. th^Migh if possi 
ble. worse, are the .sentiments uttered at 
the Democratic State Convention of In- 
diana, which was held at Indianapolis, on 
the 30th July, The principal speakers 
there, were Messrs, WickliflTe of Ken- 
tucky, Carlisle of Virginia, and Richard- 
son of Illinois. From an analysis of 
their speeches, the Chicago Post deduces 
the following as the points argued and 
sustained : 

1st. That the Republican party is so 
tinged with abolition, that it is impossi- 
ble'' to discriminate between what is, and 
what is not, abolition. 

2d. That no Democrat can conscien- 
tiously or patriotically be a Republican. 
3d. That if the war be made a Repub- 
lican war, it necessarily becomes an Ab- 
olition war, and no Democrat can or 
ought to have anything to do with it, 

4th. If the Democracy do not partici- 
pate in the war, the Republicans cannot 
carry it on alone ; a division of the Un- 
ion will be inevitable, and in that divi- 
sisn the West has greater interests in an 
alliance with the South than with aboli- 
tionized New England, 

Upon these points, the Post, whose ed- 
itor was the friend and biographer ot 
Douglas, remarks : 

This is a fair synopsis of the collected 
utterances at Indianapolis : some of the 
speakers said one thing, and the others 
the rest, but taking all the speeches to- 
gether, their substance is as we have sta- 
ted. 

We have no purpose of arguing i-ither 
of these points. Admit tHem all to be 
true, and what then ?- 

Suppose the Republican party to be 
an abolition party through and through, 
and suppose no Democrat can ever be a 
Republican, what theory affecting this 
war do those facts furnish ? We do not 
understand how this war can become any 
kind of a war but one. It was com- 
menced by the rebels to dissolve the 
Union. If hi the suppression of the war 
commenced for such a purpose, it be- 
comes necessary to sweep slavery out of 
existence, the war does not thereby be- 
come an abolition war, any more than it 
would become a war of extermination if 
our a.'-mies were compelled to sacrifice 
the lives of a garrison who refused to 
surrender. The moment the rebels will 
give up, our word for it Mr, Lincoln and 
the Republican party will very gladly 
make peace on any constitutional basis. 
The war therefore is not in the hands of 
the Republicaus or of the North. It is 
in the hands of the rebels ; while they 
persist in fighting they, create or destroy 
the necessity of the government doing 
this or that military act. Let them lay 
down their arms and there will Ijeno abr 
olitioB or any other kind of war.' 
The proposition that a division of the 



' the dark days of the Revolution. Mr, 
Grout's family consists of himself, wife 
and several daughters. Last year, when 
the call was made for troops, the two 
oldest daughters offered to fill the place 
of any two young men who would vol- 
unteer, provided that the employment 
was honorable. This scheme failed ; 
then thcv ofTero/l fQ g^ ^s nursc**, but 
were rejected on account of their age. 
After thus failing, they offered, if <ho»r 
f.itlH?r, wh •*■• brtid Imtl .^Ircauy begun to 
silver over, would go, to slay at home 
and take care of the farm until he re- 
turned. In this they were successful. 
He enlisted in the Eleventh, and for nine 
months has labored for his country in 
that regiment. His wife and daughters 
have done their duty, and no light duty 
has it been. Through the long and cold 
winter they did the chores, foddered ten 
or twelve head of cattle, milked five 
cows, &c. With such an example, who 
shall say that our mothers and daughters 
do not possess the spirit of our revolu- 
tionary sire.s. In addition, such an ex- 
ample ought to a/mmc many of our young 
men, who are lounging around stores 
and saloons, into the ranks. — Columbus 
( Wis.) Banner. 



Mm AdTeatiMPe Ii 

The following is an extract from a pri- 
vate letter written by Mr. George T, 
May, who accompanies CaptiiiD Bannjng, 
the chief cotrimlssary of General Clirtis' 
army. The letter !s descriptive of l!he 
nrareh from Datesrifle toTfelena, Ark,, 
and is dated at the latter place : 

Day before yesterday (July 14) I had 
an adventure which I will relate as briefly 
as possible. I was beeind the rear divi- 
sion of our jarmy, with four six-mulo 
teams and a squad of ten men to collect 
bacon, sugar; d:c.,^itMi when about four 
miles from camp learned from a negro 
boy that soms sixteen men of the 
neighborhood were armed and out look- 
ing for us, for the purpose, as the negro 
said, " of killing the Yankees," 1 sent 
two men back to camp for reinforcements 
and moved on with the train and the 
eight remaining men, trusting that we 
would be able, having far better arms, 
to clean out any sixteen secesh, I went 
on two miles further, collected a lot of 
bacon, and was about to leave the farm 
on which the meat was found, when jny, 
party was surrounded by fron; 80 to 
lOO Texan Rangers, The men after 
delivering their fire at the rebels, ske- 
daddled for their lives. I was on foot, 
having left my horse in front of the 
farmhouse some distance back, and con- 
cluded to stand my ground and not at- 
tempt to run, as I was very much 
fatigue<J. The shot flew thick and fast 
around me, but I succeeded in getting 
Into the fiirmbouse to await the result 
which was to my mind certain and 
speedy death. After some fifty or sixty 
shots had been fired, and I concluded all 
my boys had been killed, the secesh rode 
lip to the farmhouse, and as good fortune 
would have it, the first men who came 
up were the Captain and Lieutenant 
Colonel of the confederate service, who 
was along on a detached service. The 
Captain called to me, and I v.entoutand 
met him on equal terms, inquired his 
name, and said that I presumed I was his 
prisoner. He said " yes," but that he 
did not wish to take me along. I in- 
quired how about the two wounded 
men who had been brought in, and the 
reply was we would all be paroled. I 
demurred to the parole on the ground 
that I was a civillian, and Lieut. Col. 
Chappall.the rebel ofTicfer, took the proper 

..!«.« ^C iX.^ oiiViin^f nn/4 nllntvrx) ma f>'!! 



l<««tlyMI*4h«rtlaf 'tA^anr'lfie'friyiKes tonight, 

fiiU 'a^Wtli the rooli tka bov* •> Uiey fljr 
Am tiiptir aad calar AM brli^t I 
Gatbering'roaiui oar flrestdes, tooosh U be synuncfw 

WasU And talk of broUien abroMl, |)>rgctl<n| the bM- 

Osoaos/— BwrctNtyt ate they, 

Gone at Uieir country'* call. 
A»il5«t,andyet, 
We GMiDot forget, 

TImU many bra re boys most Cill. 

t^iid#r the homeBtead roof n«>eUed to tasj aad warm ; 
While loldierg fluep witb little or uoaght / 

To shelter them -from the itonn, 
Resting on grass}- coaches, pillowed OB biUockl damp. 
Of martial (arc, bow little we know, 'tm brothers are in 
.the eamp, . ^ 

CiiOKCS. — Brave hoys are they, Ac. 

Thinklnp uo les^ or them, loving oar oountrr the 
taat% 

We sent tlii'm forth to flebt for tbcflag 
Their fathers before them bore. 
TlioujU the groat tenrwdroi)* started, tlii:* was our part- 
ing triMt : 
.'•God bless you boys, we'll welcome you home, when 
rebels are in tho du.it !" 

Oaoar», — Brave bojs arc they, 4«< 

May the H-Iglit wings .oC love gnanl them wbercrcr 
fhey roam ; 
The time has come when brotliers must- fight, 
And sistefs must pray at home. 
O, the dread Held or batUo soon to be strewn with 

graved ; 
If onr brothers fell, ! bury them where onr banner ift 
triumph waves. 

CeoRrs.— Brave boys are they, ic. 



view of tho subject and allowed me ;uii 
liberty to go when and where I pleased, 
and to take care of my das&A an<J woaoO- 
ed men. Our lease of life all the time, 
and mine particularly, was not worth a 
moment's purchase, for if any of the 
privates had come up first, tliey would 
have shot us down without any hesita- 
tion, their policy being to take no pris- 
oners. 

Our loss was one killed and three 
wounded, and one soldier and two team- 
sters taken prisoners. 

You may imagine I was glad to escape 
from this scrape so cheaply. 



Colored Laborers for IflcClel- 
lan's Army* 

Tribune 



from 



A letter in the N. Y 
Harrison's Landing, s.iy8 : 

Tht; steamer South America arrivved 
here yesterday, with about 600 colored 
laborers under charge of Mr. W. B. 
Cook. They were brought from Nor- 
folk, Portsmouth, Fortress Monroe and 
Newport News. At the latter place a 
squad of tweniy-fivc cavlary were sent 
with Mr. Cook to scour tho neighboring 
ct)untry and pick up every contraband 
they could find. Their arrival in camp 
yesterday created much amusement from 
their display of dress and tho nature of 
the bundles with which every one oi them 
was provided. There are about 450 
effective men among them, the rest being 
women and children belonging to tho 
party. "NV^e are just finding out that we 
have use for those men, and I am in- 
formed tlio South America returns to-day 
for another cargo. . 



What tlie Blacks Have Done. 

From the New York Evening Post. 

The blacks are, and' have constantly 
proved themselves our friends. They 
have served us at every turn ; a black 
man, at the risk of his life, piloted Gen. 
Burnside to the only undefended landing 
on Roanoke Island ; a Wack saved a large 
part of Gen. Banks' army from what 
would have been a fatal surprise ; a black 
man risked a horrible death to bring cot 
to us from the chief nest of the rebels, one 
of the most valuable steamers ; in North 
Carolina they have traveled hundreds of 
miles from the inter4or, to bring news 
they thought valuable ; on the South Car- 
olina coast, the information our comman- 
ders have received from them has been of 
the utmost value, and has been coranui- 
nicated at the most desperate hazards; 
wherever -they have been encouraged or 
even permitted, they have served us. - 



Playing at War< 

We have just seen a worthy citizen 
who' went down to Suffolk, Virginia, a 
few days since to see his son in the Union 
forces stationed there, and this was part 
of his experience : 

" Suffolk is the petty center of a strong 
slave-holding county (Nansemond)which 
has been for some weeks in the peaceful 
po.sse8sion of our troops. Fifty stacks 
of good fresh hay stood in plain sight, 
but our hor.ses were fed on hay brought 
from New York at a cost of not less than 
140 per tun. Our friend, having spent 
some hours with his son, proposed to go 
into the village and find supper and 
lodging at a tavern. His sou stared. 
' wliy, they wouldn't give you .suppor or 
lod-^iiig there for any money. You will 
have to stay in camp with me, and take 
such fare as we have.' So the father, 
having uo choice, concluded to stay. 
Supper was soon brought on j it con- 
sisted of good bread (they were out of 
meat just then) and tolerable coffee, 
black as your hat ' Is' there no milk 
here "? ' queried the astonished father. 
' Plenty,' replied the son j ' but they 
wouldn't let. u8 have a drop to save our 
lives.' So the father ate his bread and 
sipped his coffee, wondering if rebels in 
a region under loya^ rule were ever al- 
lowed to bully their conqusrors so be- 
fore. And he came away wondering. 

We rejoice in the faith that this is to 
be endured no longer. The new -Confis- 
cation act and Gen. Pope's Oi-der brings 
us very near the end of it. — vA^. Y. IVtA-. 
une. 



Eai-ly Atlucliuieutii. 

The attachments formed in early life, 
are generally more enduring than those 
formed in after years. Almost every 
person looks back with melancholy 
pleasure, with a smile or tear, upon the 
sunbright hours of childhood and youth. 
Surrounded into overwhelming by the 
noise and strife of an e^er, contending 
world, fancy will, at times, bear him 
back to the hallowed spot of his birth. — 
The lofty woods ^jaiti re-echo with the 
mingled shouts of mirth ; agun he 
sports with his companions beneath 
each well romembered tree in the or- 
chard i and again sits with his compan- 
ions beneath each well remembered tree 
in the orchard ; and again he sits with 
the loved and loving ones around the 
wide old hearth, while the joyous hours 
pass by unheeded. There sits the fa- 
ther, the mother, the sister, the brother, 
each in their favorite place in the circle, 
and as kind and careful as ever before. 
The big bright fire sparkles and glows 
emblematical of the glow in the hearts 
of those by whom it is now surrounded. 
Perchance there will come, too, a recol- 
lection of one dearer still than the cho- 
sen home circle; and again beneath the 
phold rays of the pale moon, be holds 
the white hand confidingly within his 
ourn, , an«i liqtcns to the ^trii|§prtiug 
sounds of that voice. But reality brings 
him back, and tells him that the fire up 
on that hearthstone has long since died 
out, tho flame of life has been extin- 
guished by the hand of death, and that 
death has led away with him that radi- 
ant form. 

" And should he geek his once loved hooic, 
Where ia the hand that cropped the flowers? 
Unheard, their clock repeats its hours,- 
Cirid is the hearth within their bowers; 
Its echoes and its empty tread, 
Would sound like voices ol the dead." 

The old homestead is deserted ! Ru- 
in has here had its perfect work. W here 
once sat the happy sire, and in the cor- 
ner where the sister nestled< now the 
horrid form of the rattlesnake is coiling. 
The flower garden is overgrown with 
weeds, and the ^ trees of the orchard 
are moss covered and decayedi or en- 
tirely passed away. But he refuses to 
think of it thus ; he reflects upon it on- 
ly as the abode of contentment, and the 
home <»f love ; and wherever fate may 
bear hira up through the world, this 
must ever remain the green spot, the 
one oasis in the desert of life. But ho 
gives it only a thought ; he dashes the 
tear which has unconsciously trickled 
down his cheek. His motto is "©n* 
ward," he looks not back, or he may be 
transformed into a monument of re- 
gret; more immovable than the pillow 
of salt which was once Lot's wite; he 
nerves him again for the combat, and 
hastens on, forgetful of the past, as he 
should be, and fully believing, with the 

poet, that 

" There's life alone in duty done, 
And ffest ftlone in striving." 



f>Tint ^oi^ *' Ifole^ Persons; 

'Head pf the arnu/'^WapcrfeaO. * 

• I must sleep.' — Byron. ^ 
' Kiss me. Hardy.' — Lord Nelson. 

' Don't give up tin ship.' — Lawtencei 
'I'm shot if I do»'t.beik«e^l'ia,4jrMig>* 
^^Chaooelor Thurlow. , ^jm-^ 

• Is this your fidelity 7'--Nero. 

' Clasp my hand, my deaf friend, I die.* 
— Alfieri. 

' Give Day roles a chair.' — Lord Ches- 
terfield. 

' God preserve tlie Eraperor.'-*-IIa/do 

• The artery ceases to beat* — Haller. 
' I/€t the light enter,* — Goethe. 

' What ! Is there no bribing death ? '— • 
Cardinal Beaufort 

' 1 have loved God, ray fatlier and lib- 
erty,' — Madame de StaeK 

• Be serious.' — Grotlos, " 

' Into thy hands, O Lord,' — ^Tassa, 

' I pray you, see me safe tip, and for 
my coming down, let me shift for my- 
self.' (ascending thescafl^dd,) — Sir Thom- 
as Mo<^)re, 

'Don't let that awh ward squad fire 
over my grave.'-- ^Buhls. 

' i feel 88 if 1 were to be mysfflf .igaiYi.* 
— Sir Walter Scott "* 

' 1 resign my soul to God — and my 
daughter to my country,' — Tliomas Jef- 
ferson. 

' It 13 well.'— WasW^fgtoff, 

' Independence forever.' — Adams/ 

' It i« the last of earth.'-W. Q. Ad« 
ams. 

' I wish yon to emt^rstand iht princi' 
pies of the government I wish them car- 
ried ont \ ask nothivg wore,' — Harri- 
son. 

' 1 have endeavored to do my doty.'-^ 
Taylor, 

' You spoke of refreshment, my Emi- 
He } take my last notes, sit down to my 
piano, here, and sing them with the hymn 
of your sainted mother j let me hearonoe 
more those notes which have so long 
been my solscoment and delight.'— Mo- 
zart. 

' A dying roan can do nothing easy. 
— Franklin. 

' It grows dark, boys ; you may go.' 
— Dr. Adam. 

' God bless you, my dear.'^^Dr. John- 
son. 



I'he Territory of- Dacotah promis- 
es to be one of tho ^ch*?t' and most 
Union would be necessary if the Democ- ! productive portions of the cottntry. K 

is larger than all New England, being 
eqnal to seven Sutes of the size of New 



rscy refused to participate in the war, 
and that a now Union with New En- 
gland left ont might be made, is a dis- 
reputable, dishonorable and traitorous 
insult to the Democracy of the nation. 
No man with his he^rt in the right place 
or with his patriotism nofi corriipted by 
an attachment to slavery, would make ' 



York. 



Gen, Curtis has retarned M^iih his ar- 
mv t«^ the interior of Arkadsas, to cut 
off Price. 



The Secesfc l»emoeracy Illustra- 
ted, &c. 

Beecher say?: 

For more than sixteen months, this 

great twenty mHli»ii people, educated to 

free action, accustomed to parties, to 

endless divisions and contentions, hive 

stood before the worid a, unit for the 

Union ! The recent efforts of a ^ few 

masked men of the North to fcrcate a 

party of opposition to the Government, 

have but served to show the strength 

and breadth of this Popttlar Unitj;.— 

They twi onfcof the great-ehann« into a 

teyon, wd thought the current would 

foUow them, Instead of .that, the crea^ 

river ffofl^s on, and they, en I oft; sit 

arotmd Oie edges of their pool, which 

eVery Aay is drying up and. bfcoming 

smaller and dirtier, croaking into each 

other's feces the melancholy doctrii^ 

that if the people would not adopt theii* 

^ddle, thev ought to Itavc tfotw it. 



monruing For The ©cad. 

"Akd you must not put on inourniug," 
" Oh, mother f" and Maddic lifled her 
head with a beseeching glance. 

♦* No, de#t, 1 forbid it j I woffld have 
you think of me inatiother way than that 
suggested by glOomy colors. Wear 
white as often as you please; let thai be 
your mourning garb, or rather let it be 
an emblem of my happiness and the pu-, 
rity of heaven. Think of me as being 
arrayed in the shining white of heaven, 
not as mere' dust, senseless and soulless 
in the tomb. In the midst of music, of 
flowers, of every innocent enjoyment, 
"keep ray memory' fresh, for there ia mu- 
sic in heaven ; imr.aprtal gardens bloom 
there, and i?s delights ititath not entered 
inta the lieart of man to 'conceive, ^n 
this. Hay, nty dariing, you can in one 
sense keep me by you, ibd say to your- 
self many, times, ' No I am not mother- 
less,' As soon as the first. heaviness of 
your grief wears away, you will love to 
feel that \ am resting— that I ^m basking 
in the'siinshine of Go^'s great love— that 
1 am patiently- watmg for you. 

• » > . ' ' ' — ' — 

—About one thousatid . officers have 

resigned since tl^e recent battles, most of 
them avowedly, as after the baUle of 
Bull Bun, to raise new commands. 



' God bless you ! * * * Is that youy 
Dora?' — Wordsworth. 

' No-A- it is come,' — John Kno»r 

• Dying, Dying.' — Hood. 

' How grand those rays ; they seem Cff 
beckon earth to Heaven ! ' (The sun wa« 
shining briliiaptly into the room in^»hiidr- 
he was lying.) — Humboldt. 

' Tell them to obey the laws, and sup- 
port the Coiwtitntion'of the United States, 
—Stephen A. Douglas. 

A iflatf Poetess. 

Washington Correspondence Home Joamal. 

In that part of the Washington Asy- 
lum wMch is still devoted' to its insane 
patVents, Dr. Kichola* showed me a sight 
which was particularly touching to Dae. 
Ci OSS-legged upon the round table in the 
centre of the room was seated a woman 
perhaps thirty years of age, who had the 
remains of remarkable beauty ^ the 
finest of large, dark wild eyes, and fea- 
tures which, though ghastly pisie, were 
exceedingly well cut and expressive. 
Her long, gray hair was dishevelled, and 
of her dress and appearances she evi- 
dently had not a thought ; but, open on 
her lap was a vol u mo from which she 
was pretending to Tt»i aloud, making an 
anintelligible and incoherent gabble. By 
her side hiy a handsomely prmted vol- 
ume of a novel of her own w riting, with 
her own likeness as a frontispiece, and 
she had gone crazy as an authoress ! It 
was the dafughter of the poet, Sumner 
Lincoln Fah-field, and she had started 
with great promise, publishitig her first 
book in Boston. Both of her parents, it 
will be remembered, were of the over- 
imaginative class, and it proved that the 
two-fold inheritance of the gift was too 
much. But what a pity is such an ap- 
parently unnecessary wreck of a life- 
time of a beautiful girl, for I am told 
that her recovery is hopeless. The doc- 
tor said that, for seconds only, she re- 
gained her consciousness ; and he asked 
mo to address some remark to her. I 
did, observing that she must be very 
lonely, sometimes, in that unfurnished 
room. Her attention was arrested by 
nn- voice, and she stared around and 
fix'ed her large dark eyes apon me. » 
••'Yes," she said, " these asylums are the»» 
moumfullest of wewy places ! " Alas 
fbr the head that is to go wild with over- 
endowingk ! 



—A nvan Cannot possess anything 

vthat is better (lian'a gooJl wtTtnan, nor 

anything that is worse than a bad one. 



Draftlnv. * 

The process of drafting in other coun-^ 
tries and as it would be here, is this : 
Rolls are prepared of those liable to serve 
—able-bodied men between the ««e» of 
18 and 45— And\he requisite number of 
names ai'e drawn by lot in'the presence 
of prescribed officials. The persons 
drawn are notified aujigiven opportunity 
to prove themselves cxen>pt, or provide 
suitable substitutes, failing in which they 
are compelled to serve, or submit to 
heavy penalties, gtoerally imprison- 
ment. 

All male citizens of the United SUtes 
beti,ween the ages of 18 and 45 are liable 
to be drafted, except those who are em- 
ployed in the civil service of th« Govsm- 
ment, from <>rcsidenf down to mail car- 
riers, and all those who are disabled by 
age, disease or personal inability, 

—Prentice says : Jeff. Davis is gath- 
ering a million of <« butternuts "for us 
to crack this fall slid ^'wMr. 
should be forthcomiig i»ow '' 
crackers, ~ ^ 



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Smn^ATER MESSEiNGER. 

A. I. VAN VORHES, EDITOR. 

Taesday. Ai^ist 12. 1862. 



rOK lUCPRKSirNTATtVE TO C0MQRE8S. 

IGNATIUS DONWELIiY. 

uf Dskotk County. 

Another Great Battle. 

The pRKsa of this murning says C»en. 
Baaks' division of Pope'j army has en- 
countered the enemy under Stonewall 
Jackson and Geo. Ewelt. The battle 
was fot^ht SaturdHV aAernuon, closing 
with the day, and appears to bare been 
a drawn battle. 

IW location o( the battle is between 
Culpepper Court House and the Rapidan 



J99 M*r« Mea t« hitmw IIm Male 
raUl After tkc Draft-A Plaal 
Order. 

The receptiun of the fbUowiog order 
from the War Department on Sunday 
I pr^xluced a profound nensatioo on our 
{streets on Sunday. Loyal mw and 
I those who were willing to stand a draft, 
and were rejoiced to see it coming, felt 
gloriously jubilant, wbUe • few sneAka 
who had contemplated fleeing tbe coun- 
try after enjoying its blessings and pro- 
tection for long years, were morose and 
sullen. 

The recepU(m of the order waetkMlj. 
Military guards were soon placed at Um 
various avenues to the city where "ahe- 
daddlers" would be likely to attempt an 
escape, which prevented quite a stMn* 
pede on Sunday night. Aa will be seen 
by the order, every roan competent to 
perform military duty is to all intents 



river, aboui 35 miles beyond ManassAs, 

or sixty -two miles from Washington. \^^ purposes placed under martial law 
The forces actually engaged are not They are not allowed to go into a foreign 

country, or to leave their county or 
State until after the draft. 



stated. The whole force of the enemy 
is stated at forty U) fifty thousand. — 
Banks could not have hjwi half that num- 
ber. The losses are stated at from two 
to three thousand on eadt side. Gener- 
al Bank:) bore himself gallantly, and 
handled his troops well. 

Gen. Pijpe arrived with re-inforce- 
nients from McDovtll's corps at the 
©lose of the battle. The armies lay 
Sunday morning, to*, much exhausted to i ties attached for violation of the order 
renew the fight. Tkero must bo a re- ' w»Il be obeyed to the letter. The au- 
nowal oi the fight cr battles immediate- I thoxities of our county have adopted the 
ly. I necessary measures to secure the most 

Gen. Sprague was dispatched from j ?"«g»d enforcement of the order, which 
Waehington Sunday morning with orders | reads as follows : 



Sheritif Davis and Mayor Delano is- 
sued bulletins yesterday morning, giv- 
ing timely warning to all persons to ob- 
serve the prder under the pains and pen- 
altles prescribed, and have enjoined up- 
on all officers and citizens the impera- 
tive duty of assisting in enforcing the 
order. It will be seen that the penal- 



tc Burnside at Frederickburg, either to 
hurry forward to reinforce Pope, or to 
move forward toward Richmond. 



ViM Draft— War ia Earaeet 
Bainboar of Froaaisc. 

The past month has been a month of 
general depression. The failures and 
reverses before Richmond, the apparent 
slackening of vigor in the prosecutoin of 
the war by the Government, the success- 
ful guerilla raids upon unprotected border 
towns and upon detached squads of sold- 
iers all over the south, the evident ui- 
Vntion of the rebels to commence an 
aggressive war upon i»s and the indicat 



1. By direction of the United Stetea, 
it is hereby 

Ordbrsd, That until further ordejs, 
j no citizen liable to be drafted into the 
A ' military service, be allowed to go into 
a foreign country, and all roarshali and 
military officers of the United States 
are directed, and all police authorities, 
especially at the ports of the United 
States on the seaboard, are requested to 
see that this order is fiiithfully carried 
into effect, and they are hereby author- 
ized and ordered to arrest and detain 
any person or persons about to depart 
from the United States in violation of 
this order, and report to Major Turner, 
Judge Advocate at Washington city, for 
further instructions respecting the per- 
son or persons so arrested and detained. 

2. Any person liable to draft, who 



ed intervention by foreign powers, all 

conspired to depress and dishearten. It shall absent himself from his county or 
was but the calm, however, which pre- State before such draft is made, will be 
<e4ea the bursting of iho storm and Icm- ' an-ested by Provost Marshal, or other 
pert. United States or State officer, wherever 

he may be found, within the jurisdic- 



Tbe tempest has come upon us, grand, 
terrible, sublime! The Government is 



tion of the United States, and conveyed 
to the nearest military post or depot, 



—The Army Register of the North- 
west states tile number of volunteers 
from Illinois, Indiana, Wi^jconsin, Mich- 
igan, Missouri, loyra, Minnesota, Kan- 
sas, Nebraska and Colorado, at 237,531. 
Of these Illinois .tumished 60,319, and 
Indiana 19,035. 



of the draft ; and the expenses of his 
own arrest and conveyance to such post 
or depot, and also the sum of five dol- 
lars as4BMward to thn ndicer wbu »halt 
make the arrest, shall bo deducted from 
his pay. 

8. The writ of haheat eorp-ut is here- 
by suspended, in respect to fell persons 
so arrested and detained, and in respect 
to all persons arrested for disloyal prac- 
tices. 

(Signed) EDWiy M. STANTON. 
Seereury of War. 



now aroused, and the people have caught ' *"'^ placed on military duty for tho torm 
the sublime in.^»piration. Half plav, 
half-in-earr.est war is now to be super- 
seded by war in earnest— terrible, over- 
powering, crushing war— a war that shall 
kill, devastate, annihilate all that stands 
in the way of the restoration of the au- 
thority of the Government. It is to be 
a war of action, not of diplomacy and 
soft words— a war whose resistless track 
will be marked with blood, instead of 
toadyism and parlor blandishments. 

The call for 600,000 more men. with 
the order for an immediate draft and an 
entire change in the conduct of the war, 
indicate a terrible earnestness which in- 
spires every heart. It shows a deter- 
mination to end this strife at once by the 
only legitimate means— the cutting ofT 
of the tail of this infernal rebellion just 
behind the ears! The draft is an enor- 
moas One npon the people, yet it is hail- 
ed with delight. It brings the war 
nearer to the people than ever before — 
making it a personal matter to every 
man capable of carrying a mnsket — and 
in this there is hope fur the Govern- 
ment which has iiever before been felt. 
Every man now feels that he is a part 
and parcel of the war — that he has a 
penonality in its results, and that he has 
sacrifices to make either in the field or 
in the care and support of those left be- 
hind. This is the spirit which will save 
the country — without it the country 
would hardly be worth saving. 

Within sixty days the grandest army 
ever marshaled under the shinmg sun, 
will be in the field. A million men — free, 
intelligent men— deeply imbued with 
love of Liberty, Truth and Justice, and 
strong in an unfaltering faith in God and 
the rights of man, will march over the 
revolting States as the tornado sweeps 
over the plane. The momentous hour 
has come ; the people are prepared for 
the work ; — let us trust in God to sup- 
ply the instrument. Beyond the mist 
and clouds and darkness by which we 
have been surrounded, we can see a 
beautitui bow of promise arching our 
national horizon. Great sacrifices m ust 
be made, but the hopes of the world — 
all that is valuable to Americans in this 
life-rdemand the sacrifice. 



The Htdraclic Ram Caxdidate for 
CosoRESfi. — Major Cullen, thus fcr, is 
presenting his claims for an election to 
CoRgres on the still hunt plan — a habit 
engendered by bis long connection with 
the Indian Superintendency in tlic North 
we»t. A few days since the Major call- 
ed upon an extensive firmer ftpd wool- 
grower of Goodhue eounty for the pur- 
pose of button-holing him. The Ma- 
jor thought he had struck a lead — that 
he bad^got the old gentleman where bis 
hair is short — that he would give him a 
big liek under his left and close his peep- 
ers, a la Heenan. Observing a fine lot 
of sheep on the premises of his farmer- 
friend, the Major remarked that he had 
been devoting his entire time of late to 
agricultural pursuits — and especially to 
the introduction of sheep. " Just the 
man I want to see," exclaimed the de- 
lighted farmer. " I have a fine lot of South 
Downs, as you see, and I want your 
opinion aa to the best breed of sheep to 
cross them with." " You flatter me, 
sir, '^ said the Major, " but I can give 
you the desired explanation from aotual 
experiment Just cross them, sir, with 
a hydraulic ram, and you will produee 
the best stock of sheep, sir, that can be 
found on the continent of North Amer- 
ica ! " 

After the Major subsided the old gen- 
tleman suggested that if eleotad to Con- 
gress, the committee on Indian Affairs 
would present a better field for his la- 
bors than that of Agriculture and Do- 
mestic manufactures. Since the inter- 
view we have heard from the Goodhae 
farmer, who is s Democrat, and he baa 
concluded, as a janitary measure, to 
vote for Governor Donnelly. He aays 
he could swallow the DemotOratic plat- 
form, but to take down the platform 
with the hydraulic candidate on top is 
too large a contract. 



— Tlic corporation arfd individual 
subscriptions in the loyal States, for the 
benefit of the new! y enlisted soldiers and 
their feniilief» tlrM'ty amount to over 
fir* fDilliof- 






Tlilr4 Mtoaesata BeslaieaC. 

The lusA of the Third Minnesota, who 
were surrendered and plaoad on parole 
through the action of a majority of their 
cowardly officers, are petitioning our 
State authoriUes to secure tlicir ex- 
change in order that they may be plac- 
ed agaiu \■^ the field and redeem their 
honor. The matter has been placed ht- 
f^e 'he "Wsr IVpartmeot. 



Inereaae at IVaval 
ttraacth. 

The New York Timtt publislies the 
first authentie exhibit that tuw been made 
of the present strength of the American 
Navy, and the exhibit ia a startling one. 

We bava now nearly ti^nit hundred 
9e»$th of var, moat which are propelled 
by steam, two iron-clad frigates and 
tweaty-tbree iro»dad gtmboata. 

Only twenty months ago our navy 
consisted of but eighty vessels of war, 
one third of which were steamers ; with- 
in the past year we have eontlntcted 
nearly aa BMOy vessels as tkm entire 
numbar of ships on tjie naval Register 
of I8«l. 

Then a« bad but 8,000 aailors and 
marinea. Now we have over 23,000. 

Tha exhibit also shows that while all 
these vessels with the exception of the 
iron-clad frigates, are afloat, and so 
many are engaged in the blockade, the 
American flag is still represented abroad. 
The Mediteranean Squadron has 880 
men and 63 guns. 

The Pacific Squadron is composed of 
eight first class war vessels (1,670 men.) 
And our interests at Brazil and in the 
East Indias are still looked after by ves- 
sels of war. 



NEW MILITARY ORDERS 



Oeaeral Head«aart«k«, Stale af 
niaaesota. if 

AojuTAJiT Oknksal's OrncE, ) 
St. P^rL, Minn., August 5, 18M.f 

OM'BUL OBBUM HO. 80. 

The Commander-in-Chief hereby di- 
rects the immediate organization of a 
new Regiment of Infantry, to be designa- 
ted as the Seventh Regiment Minneso- 
ta Volunteers, to consist of ten compa- 
nies, to be organized as follows : 

MlifllfDII. 



Captain 

drat Lieutenant 

Seeoad do 

1 Firat Sergeant 

4 SergsanU 

8 GorponU 

1 Wagoner 

8 Musicians 
M Privates 



MAXimTlf. 

Captain 

First Lieutenant 
Second do 
1 FirsSeigeant 
4 SergeaBt.^ 
8 CorporsJx 

1 Wagoner 

2 Musicians 
82 Privates 



sessors prepare their military lists with- 
out delay, and will, if any assessor or 
assessors in their respective counties 
fiiil to prepare^ said lists, immediately 
inform thia office of the name of such as- 
sessor or assessors. 

The County Auditors are also re- 
quested to forward, with all convenient 
speed, a copy of such militia lists to 
this office, stating the militia of each 
township reapeotively. 
By order of the Commander-in-Chief. 

4wU tV.it -> OSCAR MALMROS. 
Adjutant General. 



'CIMI<*>tkl Headqaarters, §Cate of 
niiaaesota. 



I<«t Tkcm Oa ! 

Since the order was issued for more 
men or an immediate drafl, we under- 
stand that a few men who have for years 
enjoyed the protection and fostering 
care of the Government — who have be- 
come part and parcel of the Govern- 
ment by voting and enjoying all the 
priveleges and immunities of citizens, 
and under its protection have prospered 
as they never prospered before — are 
now fleeing to Canada, and turning their 
backs upon the Government in the hour 
of its peril. Let all such cowardly and 
ungrateful miscreants go ; but when 
this war is over and peace again restor- 
ed, let not the soil be polluted by their 
baneful presence. Give them a free 
pass out, but place an eternal ban upon 
their return. Let this be the home on- 
ly of the free and the brave. 



All Akaard far Wastaiastoa ! 

Next to the order for a draft, and the 
decided proclamation that hereafter all 
loyal blacks would be used by the army 
in such manner as they can be made use- 
ful, the last order of Secretary Stanton 



88 Aggregate 101 Aggregate 

The folloing ten persons have been ap 
pointed as Second Lieutenants, one for 
each company of the Seventh Regiment, 
with authority to muster in recruits for 
their respective companies, as they are 
enlisted, viz.: 

James Gilfillan Ramsev County 

Michael Cook Rjce county 

ThoniM S. Slaughter Blue Earth count v. 

John Kennedy Dakota county. 

Adam Buck, Jr Sibley county. 

William H. Bart Washington county. 

Nicholas Ohlstrom Goodhue county 

G. V. May hew Benton county. 

Isaiah F. Marsh Fillmore comitry. 

H. W. Di-iTcr Winona county. 

It is also announced that John K. Ar- 
nold, of Wabashaw county, has been ap- 
pointed Adjutant of the Regiment. 

The above named Adjutant and Sec- 
ond Lieutenants will immediately report 
to Capt. A. D. Nelson, United States 
mustering ofTicer, at St. Paul, to be mus- 
tered into the service of the United 
States. 

It is directed by the Secretary of War, 
that if the 6th and 7th Regiments of 
Minnesota Volunteers, to be organized 
in this State, are not full by the 18th 
inst., then the deficiencies in said regi- 
ments shall be made np by special draft 
faom the militia of the State. 

Mustering officers of the 6th and Yth 
regiments, who are active and efficient 
will recive appointments on the final or- 
ganization (if the companies, within the 
time above specified. 

All persons, besides the mustering offi- 
cers, who are recruiting for the 6th regi- 
ment, must continue their efTorts to fill 
up eur quota of volunteers but are at 
liberty to have their recruits mustered 
into such company in the 6th or 7th reg- 
iments, as they may select. 

To f;icilitate recruiting, furloughs will 
be granted to recruits to the 17th Aug- 
ust, if necessary. 

The recruiting service under this or- 
der will be conducted as far as applica- 
ble, according to the principles laid down 



Ai) J ITT ANT Gikkkal's OmcE, 
St. Past, Miss., AbguBt 9tb, 1862 

OBCBBIL OKDIBS, NO. SSl 



\ 



Headquarters. 

All inducements heretofore offered by 
the Government to Volunteers will be 
extended to volunteer recruits of the 
Seventh Regiment. 

By order of the Commander-in-Chief, 

OSCAR MALMROS. 
Aiijutant General. 

Geueral Headquarters, Slate of 
miiiicsota. 



is most important. For eighteen months 

almost every community has been cursed | •" General Orders No, 16 from these 
with a few men who have been firing up- 
on the rear of our army and the Gov- 
ernment while our soldiers have been 
meeting the enemy face to face. These 
men have done more to discourage vol- 

uuicvrhi)} ibsiinll uthci causva combined. 

We thank God that the Government is 
becoming aroused to its peril. Men 
must stop their treason here under the 
American flag. Secretary Stanton has 
at last got on the right track, and we 
call upon U. S. Marshall Eaton and all 
police officers to attend faithfully to their 
duties. We copy the order : ^jji^j 

Was DsrAKmsirr, f 

Washington, Aug. 8, 1802 f 

OansBSD — Kirst, that all United Stated 
Marshals and Superintendents, or Chiefs of 
Pdice of any town, cKy or district, be, and 
they are hereby authorixed and directed to ar- 
rest and imprison any person or persons who 
may be engaged by act or speesh, or writing, 
in disceuraging Tolunteer enlistments, er in 
any way giving aid and comfort to the enemy, 
or other dTsloyat practice against the United 
BuUs. 

Second, That immediate report be made to 
Major L. 0. Turner, Judge Adrocate, in order 
that such persons may be tried before a milita- 
ry commiiision. 

Third, The expenses of such arrests and im- 
prisonments will be certified to tho Chief of 
the War Department for settlement and pay- 
ment. 

(Signed) EDWIN M. STANTON. 

Secretary of War. 



The pressing nature of the orders fr6m 
the War Department, requiring that the 
militia lists should be prepared with the 
least possible delay, and in order to se- 
cure greater correctness, the County Au- 
ditors of the several counties in this 
State are requested to prepare blank 
militia lists for the assessors of their sev- 
eral wards and townships, and to forward 
them at once to the more distant town- 
ships by special messenger. The State 
will pay all expenses incurred for that 
purpose, if the United States should re- 
fuse to do so. 

The assessors will not as some suppose, 
be the judges of who is or is not liable 
to do military duty; they must take 
down the names of all white male citizens 
between the ages of eighteen and forty- 
five, in the manner directed by General 
Orders, No. 22. 
By order of the Commander in-Chief, 
OSCAR MALMROS, 
46 Adjutant General 



General Ucadquarters, State of 

Minnesota. 

Adjutast General's Offick, i 
St. Paul, Minn., August 9th, 1862.J 

[oiNKRAt ORDERS NO. TWENTY -FOUR.] 

Township and ward assessors are re- 
quested to attach to their militia returns 
a list of the names of all citizens of their 
towns or wards who have enlisted in the 
volunteer militia from this State since 
the commencement of the war, with a 
statement, as near as can be ascertained, 
of the company and regiment in which 
they enlisted. 

By order of the Commander in-Chief, 

OSCAR MALMROS, 
Adjutant General. 

jJ^^Papers throughout Minnesota 
copy at once and' charge the State. 

At Hampton, Dacotuh county, August 8d, 
Charles A. Fiskc, only son of George A. and 
Phebe D. Fiske, aged five years. 

This blooming bud. so fresh and fair 

Called hence by ouiiy doom ; 
Just came to show how sweet a flower 
In Paradise could bloom 

A. B. F. 
Boston papers please copy. 



O T A T E PRISON WORK. 
All kinds of Ooop«rag«, &c. 

The taulersigoed having contracted for all 
the priaen lal>or for a term of years, hare plac- 
ed the nost approved mashitaerj in the work- 
shops for the manufacture of 

S T A. V E B, 

and all kinds of 

€ O O PE R A &^.* 

They are already supplying many of the mills 
of the State and portions of Wisconsin with 
barrels, and with their preaent machinery will 
be enabled to supply the entire demand. Wher- 
ever their barrels have been introduced, they 
are given the preference over all others for 
strtuA and beastyef finish. Their pork 
barrels especially are given a preference by 
packers. Kycry thing in the line cf Cooperate 
kept on innd of made to order. Our fiMilit^es 
for shipping to any part of die ^atc are good. 

DRESSED FLOORING AND SIDJNO, 

8 ASH, DOORS, BLINDS, ic. 

kept constantly on hand. 

Our business is permanent, and wc can fur- 
nish every thing in our line on terms that will 
b« advantageous to purcbasetv. AU work 
warranted to give entire satisfaction. 
Orders will be filled with promptness. 

*■ aSTMOCR c wrasTXR. 

Stillwater, July 8, 1862.— 18 



D, 



BROiVSON JR. ITCO 



jAQENTS FOR ^HE ' 

Mccormick reapbii, 

aUCKEYE REAfkfS 
MOL^IE PLOW. ' 



KEMOVA.L. 

CARLI is. CO. have removed their stock of 
Dreys, Uqueie, 4m.- *nm, J[elaaak»'« 



T^ — - '-^m w i f— »», vu>- Mil—. ^MmHUm 
Block, to the north end ol the Lake House 
July 12, 1862. 



N« 



T I C E 



TO WHOMIT MAY CONCERN. 

The undersigned, chosen to assess the value 
of the southerly portion of lot number two in 
section fifteen in township thirty, north of 
range twenty west, situated in Washington 
county Minnesota, as per survey and plat sub- 
mitted to us by the Saint Croix Boom Corpo- 
ration on the one part and Warren S. Paddock 
and Tillah Howes, the owners of said land ou 
the other part, and to assess the damage sus- 
tained by the owners thereof since January 1st 
1861, by reason of the occnpation of said land 
by said corporation : have assessed the value 
of said land at three hundred eighty dollars, 
and have assessed the damage sustained by the 
owners thereof at eighty dollars. 

CHAS. R. OARDNER, ) 
JOHN J. KOBKRTSON, V Referocs. 
WILUA.M McKUSK'K, ) 
July 24, 1862 —4«-4, . .^ j. 



Gov. SiBLRT, the author of the Dem- 
ocratic plotform, has given $100 bounty 
to enlist Dakota county's quota of the 
Slith regiment. — Mankato Record. 

We know of many men who have 
given from one to five hundred dollars 
for similar purposes, but who have nev- 
er heen guilty ef such treasonable con- 
duct as writing Democratic platforms 
such as that of the second of July. It 
will take at least ten thousand dollars, 
and a bond for good behavior during his 
natural lifb, to wipe out the disgrace of 
penning that instrument. Get up and 
dust> Governor, and oei^e down with the 
ten thousand and the bond. 



Gov. DoBuiiLT.— The St. Paul Pio- 
neer and Democrat has come out In sup 
port of Gov. Donnelly for Cbngress, on 
the ground that he is the only loyal 
candidate in the field. 



OXNCRIL 0RDEK8 .NO. 21. 

Adjutant GeNBRAi.'a Orncs, > 
St. Paul, (Minnesota,) Aug. 8, 1862. \ 

Patriotic citizens of Irish birth from 
difierent parts of the State having repre- 
sented tliat citiaens of ihat class would 
immediately volunteer en i^sso ir) case 
an opportunity was given them to form 
a separate organization, and the nation 
needing at this time the services of all 
its citizens : It is hurel^y ordered that J. 
C. McDonald of Shpkupee, Scott county, 
be and he is hereby authorized to recruit 
for a new regiment of Infantry, ot^mpos;- 
ed of citizens of Irish birth or descent 
and to be designated as the Eighth Min- 
nesota RegimenL 

The said Regiment niuitt bo filled on 
or before the 18th instant, unless upon 
tho request of the State Government fur- 
ther time be obtained frotn the War De 
partment. 

To encourage enlistments in said Reg- 
iment, furloughs will be granted until the 
17th inst., or for such longer period as 
the War Department may permit. 

Should the Regiment be organized 
within the time above specified, or with- 
in the additional time granted by the 
War Department, the choice of the line 
and field officers of the Regiment, and 
of the same, will be left exclusively 
with the Regiment. 

A call for an Eighth Regiment to be 
composed as aforesaid will be made as 
soon as five persons shall hnve reported 
with not less than "fifteen recruits each 
for said Regiment at Fort Snelling, the 
place of rendezvous, and all inducements 
offered to the Sixth and Seventh Regi- 
ments, Mali be extended to this organi- 
zation. ..^ 

By order of the Coiniaand«r-hj-OWet i »" • • '•• 
OBOAK MAUtROS, A4Q. Qen. 



General Headqnartert State of 
iHinnesOtft. 



— Rebel sympathicerii are ^Iled *' cop- 
per heads " in Maine ; the state of pub' 
lie feeling ia not very pleasant to them, 
and a Urge number of them recently 
left ftir Cenada on the midnight train. 

-'Gerritt Smith has presented his 
check for twenty-jive thoutand dollars tc 
the new regiment now being raised in 
the Twenty-third Senate district of New 
York. 



—Henry L. Bevens, of Minnesota, has 
been appointed Assistant PstV master in 
the Volunteer force. 

— A correspondent of the Wheeling 
TntelUgeneer^ says tliat a sister of Stone- 
wall Jackson, who live* in Bevferly, Vir- 
ginia, is a staunch Union woman. 3he 
do'Totes hfT lime to the •i'^k and \rouuded. 



SHERIFFS SALE.— By virtue of a pluries 
execution, issued out of and tinde.r the seal 
of the District Coui t of the second Judicial 
District in and for the county of Ramsey and 
State of Minnesota upon u judgment reixlcred 
in said court on the 27th day of August I8&7, 
in an avtton wbov«in .fohn D. Phoenix, FranoU 
M. Babcock, John Babcock and Philip Phoenix, 
copartners aa Babcock k Co., are plaintiffs and 
Amherst Willoughby, Simon Powers, Charles 
F. Lansing and Samuel D. Henderson are de- 
fendants, in favor of said plaintiff's and against 
said defendants, tor the sum of tliree thousand 
fire handred eighty 8- 100 dollars (|3(80 08) 
and sik dollars and fifty cent&($e' 50)inQruaded 
costs, a transcript of which said judjjp»«nt was 
docketed in this Washingion county on tlic Slsl 
day of August, 1857, I have levied upon the 
following described piece-s or parcels of land, 
situate, lying and being in tho county of Wash- 
ington and State of Minnesota, oegoribed as 
follows, to wit: The west half of the north 
east «|«arter and the so«itb-east quarter of the 
nwrthfesat quarter of seetion No. eleven, (11) 
also the south-west quarter of the nortji-wejit 
quarter of section No. twelve, (12); also the 
southwest quarter of the south-east quart»y 6T 
section No. two, (2)aH in township No. thirty- 
one, (81] north of range No. twenty, [20] west, 
aa (be property of defendant Simon Powers ; 
also the we«t half of tbeoiorth cast quarter of 
section No. eleven, [H] iu township No. twen 
ly-nine, -29-north of range No. twenty-one, 
-21-we8t, H8 the property of defendant Am- 
herat Willoughby. 

Now therefore tiotice is hereby given that I 
will sell the above described real property and 
the interest which the defendants or either of 
them had in the same on tho SIst day of An- 
gus* 1857, or at any time thereafter, together 
with the appurtenances thereunto belonging, at 
public auction to tliu highest bidUur for cash, 
at my office in the city of Stillwater, in said 
county of Washington, on Wedce.sday the S-lth 
day of September, 1862, at eleven o'cl>ck in 
the forenoon of that day to satisfy said execu- 
tioo, interest and costs. 

GEORGE DAVIS, Sheriff. 

Vin"Ett«5 & OrxicER, Atty's for Plaintiffs. 
Dated at Still watei this 12t1i Augu.<«t, 1862-48. 



NOTICE OF SALE. 

STATE OF MINNESOTA ) 

County of Washin^on ss. f 

NOTICE is hereby given that in pursuance 
of section 9 of chapters? of the Revised Stat- 
utes of Minnesota, the following described per- 
sonal property, to wit : About one hundred and 
eighty thousand feet, more or less, of piacsaw 
logs, marked M .{: <1>- called M girdle star dia- 
mond; M :1: I, called M girdle star I; <S> N 
■O , called diamond N diamond; J. H. P. call- 
ed J. H. P; and:|:'[* :I:, called girdle star 
cro* CM>t girdle star. — The property of M. L. 
NoycB, BOW lying at Baytown, in I^akeiSt, Croix 
in aaid county. And held by me under a lien 
for labor and material bestowed thcr'eon at the 
re(fuest of the owner, which said labor and tna- 
t^al so bestowed as aforesaid, is of the rea- 
sonable worth and value ot One bwidrad and 
eighty-seven and 10-100 dollars, will be gold at 
public auction to the highest .bidder for cash. 
On the 3d day of September 1862, at one o'clock 
p. j». of that day at the oflSce of the Surveyor 
Oeiieml of logs for the Ist district in the city 
of Stillwater, in said county, to pay and eatisfy 
the amount of said lien a^ aforesaid and the 
costs and expenses of sale. 

GEORGE HOLT. 

Stillwater, August 9th 1862.— 48-4. 



ADJCTAMT OEHEaAL'g OftlCC, ) 

St. FACi, Min, August 8, ISSS-i 
omaAi. oaSBM, DO. n O l-i 

Pursuant to instructions frwn "the 
War Department, the township assess- 
ors of the several townsbips,^ and the 
assessors of the several wards of the sev- 
eral oitiea, in preparing a list of persons 
between the ages of eighteen and forty- 
five years, liable to do military duty 
wi41 not only take the names of such per- 
sons, hut also state their ages and occu- 
pation, whether native or foreign born 
citizens, and if the latter, whether natu- 
ralized CT whether they have simply de- 
clared their intention to become citizens. 
They will also state, under tne head ot st«t« or Minqr»<>u aod North-wettem Wisconma 

....«..«1 •nr.^.iilra onv- anAaront ti^impt nf\ Al»o, «mfurniiiboorrectAbitl»ct«ofTitleto»nTlaiid« 

general remarks, anv apparent aeiect oi ,^ w^wngton Oo., MintMwota, from d4« of locatioo, 
the person enrolled, such aa deafness, down v> v^ la^t grantee. 



TH09. M, TORKS, 

xt^BO-xs'TSSt OF x:>ssx>s 

And Oonveyancer. 
Main Street, Stiluxster, JUinn' 

Prompt and E«pecial .attention given to the Pu-- 
ment of Vaae* for' NuD-ReHldcDts, throagfa>ut the 



blindness, loss of sp«ech, etc 

Such assessors as may have already, 
either partly or entirely completed their 
lists, will correct the same according to 
these instructions, and will receive a 
reasonable compensatien from the Uni- 
ted States for extra duties iropr)se^ up- 
on them under this order. 

foMntv Audit'>rs will see tbnt ♦h'^ »« ' h MrK..,tv,T>-ai.r :» ii.«iitM«., 



REFERENCES GIVE>f TO 

Stillwater, JUnnesoU. 



Hon. a. 3. R. McSUlUn, 
Hon. 8. Neiaea, 
Hoo. Wm. Mcl^ick. 
Hon. A. J. Van Vortie* 
Rbri*t<tph«r Carli, BaiAer 
Darling A Schufter, " 
Gov. A. Ramwy, 
Wm. L. Baaning, Banker, 
Ira BidwoU, " „ 

I J. J Kaox, A 0*.t - •< ^ 

■ Jfhn. Rlrrine, 



MORTGAGE SALE.— Whereas dcfnnlt'hap 
been made in the terms and conditions of 
a certain mortgage executed and delivered by 
Christopher Carii and Lydia Ann Curli his 
wife, of Washington county, Minnenota, to 
George W. Taylor, late of MeLeod county, 
SiBtt? aforesaid, which said mortgage bear.-; 
date the 2;>d day of January a. d. 1861, and 
was duly filed for record in the office of liie 
Register of Deeds of said Washington county, 
on the 25th day January, a. d. 1861, at 4 o'- 
clock p. M., and recorded in book E of mort- 
gages on pages 416, 417 and 418. Which said 
mortgage was given upon all of those, tracts or 
parcels of land Ivingand being in the county of 
Washington State of Minnesota, described as 
follows, to wit: -The eapl half of the north- 
west quarter of section number fifteen, (15) 
and the north-west quarter of the nortli-west 
quarter of section number fifteen, (l.'i) and the 
south half of the north east quarter of section 
fifleon, and the east half of the south-west quar- 
ter of the south-west quarter of section ten, 
and the undivided one-half part of the south- 
east quarter of section number fifteen, — all in 
township number twenty eight, (28) north of 
range number twenty west; — to secure the 
payment of the sum of $3063 88, according to 
the condition of five promissory notcin, one for 
^525 at six months, one §555 at twelvemonths, 
one for |585 fit eighteen months, on<' for $615 
at twenty-four moathe, one foe |77;i 38-lOU at 
thirty months, made by said C. Ctirli to the 
said Geo. W. Taylor. 

And whereas gaid uturlgiigo coutains a power 
of sale, exoculed by said mortgagors, whivli 
power of sale wa^ dnfy recorded with said 
mortgage, and whereas said mortgagortt did, 
pmsaant to an act of the IjCfiisIature of t1»e 
State of Minnesota, entitled ;ur^**»«^ regulate 
the foreclosure of real estate, approved March 
loth 1860, at the time of executing said mutt- 
gagc, execute under their hands and scal^, and 
duly acknowledged, and deliver to ?aid mort 
gagee an instrument ip writing waiving and 
Sutrendering to said mortgagee a:»d his assigns, 
for themselves, their heirs and »sslgns forever, 
all their right of rcden>ption in and to .iaid 
mortgaged premises, which waiver or iustru- 
■lent in writing was duly recorded witli said 
mortgage en the 25ih day of Jiuitary 1861, in 
book E of mortgages on page 4 IS of tlie rec- 
ords of" said county, wbtch said mortgage and 
the debt thereby secured was thereafter and 
on. the 15th day of July 1862 duly a6sign»(l by 
the said George W. Taylor, by an Inrtrumen't 
in writing endorsed thereon, unto Andrew 
Mickey of ^id coanty, wbirh aqpignnieBt wati 
duly recorded in the office ef t!ie Kej^ister of 
Deeds in and for said county on the 2Glh day 
of July, A. ». 1868, in b^k *£ of mortgagee, 
e^ipsge 717 ; and ther« is n».w claiftiod to bo 
due and is due upon said mortgage the third 
installment or note, amounting to the sum ot 
Svehwadred eighty-six dollars and twenty centf>, 
and no- proceedings at law or otherwise have 
been had or instituted to recover the amount 
due upon said note or mortgage, or any part 
thereof. Now therefore. Notice is hereby giv- 
en, that by virtue of a power of pale iti ."^aid 
mortgage contained, artd pursuant to the sta^ 
ute in such ca.se made and provided, the real 
estate described in said mortgage, and tho ten- 
ements and hereditaments thcrcnnto belonging, 
or so much thereof as may be necessary, will 
be sold St public auction to the iiighest bidder 
for cash at the ofBec of the Register of Deeds 
in Stillwater, in said county, on Wednesday 
the I7th day of September, 1862, at ten o'clock 
A. M. of said day, by the Sheriff of said coun 
ty, to satisfy and pay the amount then due up- 
on eaid mortgage and expense of sale. 

Dated, Stillwater August 5, l&62-7t-47 

ANDREW MACKEY, AsMgnee. 

L. B. TnoitrsoN, Att'y for Assignee. 

1862.] ^ [1862. 

I> W, Artmtromg A Co., 

Commission, Forwarding, 

RECEIVING, 

PERSONAL attention given to the purcliase 
and sale of Pro luce. 
Agents fbr North Western Express Co. 

: " • Northean Line of Fackets. 
; " < Sale of Tickets for the Rail Roads 
. East and South. 
" the Fiscataqua M. F. k M. Insur- 

ance Co. 
4k«eral {HeMtboSt AgenU and Bill collectors, 
ty TH. K. Cash paid for produce at all times. 
BROWN. WARE HOUSE, LOWER LEfEA 



LANTERN 8.— 
A large lot of Bacon's ooal oil Laatcnu, 
purchased before the late advance, wll bea4d 
at the old rates, by CaRLI ft CO. 

FARMERS ATTENnOHT^ 

T A I* A N E S E WHEAT* 

A new grain — produces ever 100 bushels to 
the acre — matures In seventy days flrom the 
time sown—weighs fifty aix pounds to ths bpah- 
el. The heads average tea inohes ia Ltfigth^ 
and ripens wfaHe the atalk is green. Th«atal>. 
never lodges in -norms— the grain will fhttm' 
hogs as well as corn, and the stalks wHI flir- 
nish about three tons of fodder to the wro^-^wS 
stock prefer to any of the nraSl grasses. It 
will stand th^ severest drouth, sod, will yield 
thirty pounds of good flour to the fraabel. 

Price — fifty cents per package, being «» 
largo ub arc sold in St. Paul for one dollar. 

One package will prodne« enoi>gb seed to 
raise next year five hundred bushels of th« 
grain. For sale by 

CARLI k CO. 

Stillwater.April 22, 1862.— 82tf 



TO RENT, 

A GOOD FARM, adjoining Arctrfa, six milM 
from Stillwater, ou tho lowest terms. 
Inquire at the If es.^enger OflBce, or of S. R. 
Bond, St. Paul. May 10, 1862. 



ATSR*8 

CATHARTIC 
I>ILLS. 

Are yon sick, fecMe, and 
omplateiug! Are yun out of 
orAtr, wUh yosr •yttnn da> 
niiS«4, and yoor fMUaga «ui- 
comfortable? Thaw wjmp- 
looM aw oftoo the pralsd* to 
•erioM UliMM. Bone Bt of 
•tekiMH it creeping ii|ion yon, 
and ataouM b* avartad by • 
timely om of the rigfat rem- 
edy. TUe Ayer*! PIll^ and 
cleanae oat the dieordered b»- 
taan—watiff tU* Mood,aad 
let th* jlulda move ob uaob- 
■liWiUd in healtlk - again. 
They MlmMlat* the fiuictieiia 
of the bote lato vigorow ae- 
tivl^, vuUj the ayitent froBk 
tlie obkroctioni which mak» 
dleesM. A cold MtUas eomewhere ia the body, asd ob- 
itrncts Its natural fVinetioaa. Theee, if not reHevee, 
react upon themielTW and the aammndisg orfana, pto* 
during general aggreration, lufferlng, and d i eee e e. 
While la this condition, opnreeeed by the deraagemeat*.. 
take Ayer'a Pills, and aee how directly Ibey reatore th» 
natural action of tho lyetam, and with it the booyaat 
fueling of health again. What in tm« and so apfMrent in 
this trivial and common complaint, ia alao troa in many 
of the deep Reated and dangeroua dittempera . The lam* 
purgative oiriM:t expeta them. Oenied by aluiilar obatom- 
tioni and derangaroentl of the uatnral fuoctiufie of the 
body, they are rapidly, and many of them ■nrciy, cured 
by tbo aaine means. None who know the Wriuas of Uieae 
Pills, will neglect to employ them wbea ■uOtting (Teak 
the disorders they cure. 

Statements from leading phytieiaBe ia aocw af tha 
principal cities, and fHNB other wen knows piMIs yM> 

tOOL 

From a Ibnearding Merduud </SL Uttk, Mb. 4, ISIC 
Da. Ana: Tour Pills are the paragon of all that to 
great in modieiae. They iiava corid my Utfle daaghter 
of ulcerons sores upon h«r baiida laA tat that bad prored 
incurable for years. Her mother haa been loac gikn* 
ously afflicted with blotches and pimptos en her iKia aB# 
in her hair. After oar child was cwred, she alaa trisB 
jour Pills, and they imve coxad her. 

ASA MOBaRIDOB. 




I 



St. ^ul, Minneeota. 



P li N S I Q N S. 

$100 BOUNTY AND ARREARS OF PAY. 

I am prepared to secure, for the parties in- 
terested, claims for military aervice .io . the 
present war, as follows : 

Ist PENSIONS for soldiers wounded iti bst- 
tle or disabled by diseaw eontracted in th6 ser- 
vice, while in the line of their dutv- 

2d. A BOUNTY OF $100 to the Widows, 
Children, or Heirs of deceased soMicra, 

3d. ARREARS OF PAY ANJ) ALL AL 
lowaacei due the soldier at the time of bii« 
death. 

Information by mail or otherwise, gir«n gra- 
tuitously. 

All interested are invited to cjill ppon or ad- 
dress the sub8orib«r at tlie Postoffioe. 

ALPHEUS B. STICKNBY. 

StiUvat^r, Ilinn., June 25, 1862. — i2tf 

N. B Pensions commence only from tbc 
date of applicatiop and completion of proof, ia 
each case. 



JVMice. 



As a VmMkVkj Pbyaiok 

Fiom Dr. E. 1\'. Oirttfright, yew Orltam^ 

Tour Vine are the prince of pnrgaa. Their «• 
qualities surpass auy cathartic we {xMsess. Tlisy um 
Billd, bnt very certain and effectnal la their ocUoa-oo tk» 
bowels, whicti maicoa tiiem iavnlaalle t» as totbrdefly 

troMtukoat of disease. 4 

He«4aelie,81ekMcad«che|F««l tumuittlt 

tVoM Dr. Sittard Oofd, BalUmtn. 
DkirDkO. Atck: t cannot answer you w W osS^Ulnta 
I have aired with your Ptlls better than to mif dBlhat <ee 
ever treat iri't/t apurit(iHtt medieins. I alaee great depei*- 
deuce ou an offectual cslhartio in uy daily »Mitfit wUh 
diseaso, uud believtag aa I do that your Plln aooru w the 
beat we bavu, I of course vattie thsm highljr. 

PimacBO, Pa., Mar 1, MKT. 
Da. J. C. Aru. Sir: I have bean repeatedly eamd of 
the worst fitailaeh* any IxMly can have if a dosear two 
of yoar i>fils. It seems to arise from a foul itrntach, 
whieh they deonaa at omo^ 

Yours with great i'esi>ect, KD. V. ntBDlJC» 
Cfcrfc a^ Atomrr CIiir«». 

Billons Dlaordara— Iilvor OmmftmtmU* 

JVom Dr. 7fitod«re &U, o/Xew Ita* a/y. 
Not only are yow WHi ■jmiraMy aJapta^ thetr p«tr> 
pose as HB aparieiu, hat I flitd thek heaefafal aflktaapo^ 
tlio Mrcr very marked indeed. Tbejr ha** im lay pMo>' 
tlce proved more eOsolaal Cor tha can U MNtow* cob»> 
plainu than any ooa nns^y I caa amattoa. 1 ftoiitilr 
lejoice that we have at length a purgative whl(^ ia wtr^ 
thy the coufidence of the pn>bisk>n and the pwiW. -^ 

DaraanenrT or lut Iirrsaioa, > 
W«il>iBgtiih,D.C7lhfeb.,lBM. / 
SiK : I have used your Pills in niy geoeral and hMakal 
practice ever since you'mada lkem,BD<lc|knMhMMnia, > 
say they are the best cat&artic ve emplM. TOd/Aia- 
hitiog action on tka Uvw to qaiek and dwMaCt «m!|U 
queeUy they are aa admi^abto i«tn«ry t» Aif^^ ^|inti#« ' 
of that organ. Indeed, I have seldetn faiutA acaaaof 
btHoiu dittatt »Q obstinate that it dU aot teadDy ytoM la 
them. l-rateraalty yoara, ALOHIO $ACL, M. IK, 

J^Htieiati <tf thtMKriM UtpmU 
Dyaantary, DUrrlt«•«^ a«l«x» IVanma. 

Vrtm. Dr. J. Q. Onen, qf Cliitago. . 
Your Pills hava had a long trial In my practkk and I 
hold tliem ia esteem as one of the best rl-erirals 1 h«l» 
ever found. Thoir alterative effect upon ti>e liver makaa 
theui au excellent remedv, when given in small doses fue 
biliout dytenttri/ and uiarrhcta. Their sogar-caatiac ^ 
makes tlutm Tory acceptable and coovaaieBt »>r the as^ i 
of wouen and children. 

DyapepaU, IiMpstrlty •t tha Bl*«d. 

IVojn Hcv. J. V. Atsws, t\t*k>r i>/Adttnt eOartA, Jhstsa. 
Dr. ATBit: I have used your Pflto with •stiaoHMav^' 

success iu my family and among those I am eaUi4 (o vtott" 
iu distress. To ragalate the oigaas of digcAion aa^ *' 
purify the blood, they are tlw ve|y iMst feiaedy I ha%a 
ever knowu, aud I can conlldeatly recomawnd thaai ta 
myfHends. VoBri, J. T. mMSB. 

WiBSiW, Wyoming Co., N. Y., Oct. J^ J/SSi. * 
DiAa Bin : T am using your Cathartic l>ins in a» prao- 
tioe, and find then aa axeelfont pamti«a%«M«tb* 
system aad imri/V At JYmkttn rf fts Um. 

JOUN O. MEACUAM, M.D. "o^ 

Couatipatlea, Ceattrciaesa* SuoMaesa^dk 
Rheumatlam, Oaiat, ITasuralKla, HipMb 
ay. Paralysis, Fits, ate. 

FsamJtr. J. F. Voughn, Ilmtrt^, Qiaad»~, 
Too much cannot be saUt of your Plltl for f^t can df 
eoftietneu. If others of our fkataralty hava foaad Ihsas 
as eAcacions aa I havor thay shoakl ioia ma ia psaelaim- ^ 
iag it for the hftoaftt of ths miOtlta^w who anfea to« 
that oompUteirWikk, aKkaagh fealMOakii iSStMrto 
the progenitor of othara that va worse. IW 
tittmm taorlglMta in tte Uvar.liat yow PHto i 
organ and cut* the dtoease. 



T'rovtMrt.X.atiairt,P%]fticiantmdMiim^,. 

I find ooe'or two laise doses of yaor PQIs, takM at Ik* 
propertlme,ar«neallM[anlaBotlvesorHMNa*Ata ' 
lion when wholly or p^Mally sapprssssJ, aoiatoe i 
effectual to cfaoaas tha atosMcfcaad aaaali 



are so much tha hast pbysie we h^as iaat I 
no othor to my — "— 




<»mth. 



I Orasa aa*aMMk,aa., |aa. % MIS. i 
mchtmslf Idtf atitniim my nsSito 



JVwa the Bev. Dr. H*wku,^llm. 

9vuaa\ 
nosmiB nfc: I - 

your skUl has broach 

you. A cold settlaa iaau Itahsaad _— •— _ — ..». 
dating iMiiralneMMu, which anded ia cArsase rAsama- 

Mim. wiitisifclMiiiiiM ■ ia4 <toxw i>f piiiwitMirow' 

disssas grswwMl aadtrwie; aatfl hyfh* aMldUr^Wr 
exeeUeat agaat ia BalMmess^ Dr. Madtaosta, If'' 
mis. Their eflscta were slow, bat sare. By ps 
in the use of them, I asn aow eattoa^ well 

Sknatx Caaion, Baton Rooge, La, ft Daei NIK 
Da. Afia : I haas beaa aaHrsly eand, by yoar rahctf 
JUkcMMficOoMf— a«aiBfla4*' — ^-- ^=^ 

for years. 



49- Most or Iba mto 
rhich. 



aae that ted 



which, althoni^ a wSMMs nasady ia sUMahL^ 
daa«MDW< ia a pMicIaM. |n« ths dnaitW 
qoeheas that ikwiaeetty Maw Hs iaoaattoas wa. 




coBtihi no 

FMoSt S5 oooMpsr BoK, a»< ^DBWi tvIL 
Frapwei by Dr. J. A iTIft li, 00., Uwill, Sut. 

H. M. CRANDALLsMd OAIIU ft 06., MUwater. 
BAY « JCNIlS.Bt.PNn). . ■ . .^ 

JOHN Bice, Mlwautas; ahd all Aaalsia la Mhiae- 
. U^ 

'* *' " ' ianu a tt s itmj tiiv 



N O T H E R LOT 



Of tliose all hnen Hdkfs at \i\, Ohildren's . 
printed Hdkfs at 6 cente. Gents' printed do al 
10 cents. Lavella dress good?. 12 yards for 

OUR Sl'ORE is clobcd every Frida) evening I ?1 00 : Gtitar boots at 14 cent«, heeled Coo I 
at Run-^ef and re-«nfih*d on SatirrdsT-r-'.r' IrrfSS Btitrrs at ?1 'sO, at ' 



air^ 



It 8un?«f and re-«*p€hed ot\ Saturday *-^«' Ipr'se eaitrre at ?1 •>'>{ at 
LEVY 4 PANIKi.^h 



Lbvt k Dadicls' 



I DEFECTIVE PAGE 






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We will p«7 from t% to 97S p«- Month, and all ex- 
panaM, to actire Agrata, or fXft a cmnmiaaion. Par- 
tlaalar* aeot fr^. AddrcM Bate Siwnro Sf AcnuiOoit- 
fAMT, R. JASfU, Oenersl Agt-nt. Milan, Ohio. I7. 



A SURI WWIT TO AVOID A DRArf. — Go 

to one of the recruiting offices in the city 
And enroll joiir names and be UMatcrcd 
into tho service at once. 



Oar 4)a»ta. 

Thti War Department baa fix«d the 
quota of Minnesota under the laat two 
calls. The aggregate foots up 6,300 
men. The quou for Washington oounly 
IS 192. Can this number be raised with- 
out resorting to a draft ? We believe it 
can, if our citixens will all unite in the 
good work. Two full companies will 
more than fill the requisition, and such a 
course will be far better to all concerned 
than the full number enlisted in a dozen 
fragmentary companies. 

Let us have a long pull, a strong pull, 



CleH«tml Order*. 

Read the general orders of Adjutant 
General Malmroa, published in to«daj'a'and a pull all together and give the 
paper. These orders will show the read ' Government two companiesof noble men. 
er what lias got to be done. All arei 



interested in them. 



MisBiaw. — Cbarlaa Valantina of tliia 



St. Croix Monitor. — Mr. D. A. Can- 
eday has purchased the Taylor Falls Re- 
porter, and commenced the publication 



city, member of company B, First Min- j of the Saint Croix Monitor. The first 
oeaota, is among the missing io the late j number is a spicy local sheet, and we 
battles before Richmond. His &te — j have no doubt Mr. Caneday will prove 
whether dead or a prisoner — is not y«i{ a worthy successor of Mr. Pratt, of the 
known. . Reporter, though we regret exceedingly 

■ to lose Frank from the fraterLity. 

StamptoxStoppm).— At Chicago, De- 1 The old name should have been re- 
tn.it and other points in the N'Tihwest, j jamej however, to give the proper lo- 
"skedaddlers " who are endeavoring U^ldity. "Saint Croix" is a lengthy and 
escape into Canada are every day being , extensive valley, and the name alone 
stopped. There is a determination ev- I ^ill not be likely to give the enterpris- 
ery where to execute Secretary Stanton's \ \ng ai.d beautiful village of Taylor Falls 
o''der. la locality abroad. 



uphold the authority, of the nation 
you exult in the gallantry of 
Shields ; as you point with tho highest 
pride to the staunch loyalty, the i)atienl 
courage, and stern nerve of Michael 
Corcoran, follow me to the James river, 
and, as each and all of you should emu- 
late their example and as you arc inspired 
by it, cast your fortunes with^hat brig- 
ade, which, to the credit and gJory of 
Ireland, has already, on seven battle 
fieldtt, proved its devotion to this Re- 
public, under the command and chieftan- 
ship of the fearless, the gifted, the in- 
domitable young General K)i the Army 
of the Potomac — General George B. 
McClellan — to whom that array is 
thoroughly and unanimously devutpd, 
and whose great and good heart has 
been its inspiration, as his splfiulid 
genius has been its salvation, in the 
most critical of times. 



:i.o^iHERSEY,ST4PJj:S & HALL 

HAVE JUST RffK^'EIVED FROM THE 

EAS^TERIV HI ARRETS, 



THE LA.RGE8T STOCK OF GOOp© 

111 IHIIHT 10 mis DTlf. T^ 



coi^piRxszzra- lasr pj^zix: 



^^The following bulletin was issued 
yesterday morning in posters and distrib- 
uted throughout our county : 



STATE OF MINNESOTA. 

City of Stillwater, Washington County,) 
August nth, leea. f 

Whereas, Orders have been 
received by the undersigned 
to cause the Orders of the 
President of the U. States, 

issued by the War Depart- 
ment on the 6th and 8th in- 
stant, to be strictly enfor- 
ced — 

Now, Therefore, by virtue 
of such Orders, all persons 
between the ages of eigh- 
teen and forty-five years are 
hereby notified and warned 
not to leave the limits of the 
aforesaid county itnder pain 
and penalty ot arrest, as in 
Order of the 6th inst. pro- 

*^D« Ki.td«« cominf.^* — - — " ^^^^d ; and all good and loy- 

Fortv-three slaves i«ft their masters, ^'■'"'''"r P'"'"'"''';:^'^ P^'e''^'^ I ^l ^itizeus are required to 



seems to think that at this time the 
sword is mightier than the per. We 
hope he will make it so. 



Frank Pratt, fur near three years edi- Beautiful Flowers.— We desire to 
tor of the Taylor Falls i2epor/«-, sold his \ ^^^^ ^^^ ^^^^ profound acknowledge- 
esUblishment a few days since and im- ! ^^^^ ^^ j,,^ j^^y of Mr. David Cover. 

mediately joined Lieutenant Burt's com- 1 ^f^^^ p^r,^f„r the most magnificent 
pany for the Seventh regiment. Frank | ^^^^^ ^hat ever gladdened the sanctum 

of a weary editor. Their beauty and per- 
fume make us forget the turmoils and 
strifes of life in the outer world, and 
lead us to look only upon the joyous and 
beautiful side of editorial life. Our la- 
dy friends are informed that we have a 
passion for fkiwem. 

She gardens of Mrs. Cover attract the 
attention of every passer-by for their 
beauty of arrangement and the variety 
of flowers — among which are over sixty 
varieties of dahlias. 



PnoTO«RAPHic Views. — We are in- 
debted to our fViend Ed. A. Stfevens, 
(" Raisins ") now at McClellan's head- 
quarters, for some photographic views, 
by Br dy, of military life on the Penin- 
sula. These views embrace numerous 
batteries camps, hospitals, war vessels, 
dec, and are executed in the highest ar- 
tistic style. A thousand thanks. 



Another of our Printers iilouc. 



OROC£RISS, 

FJSJf, 

PORK. 

BEEF, 

HAH, 

OILS, 

BENZOLS, 

PAINTS, 

CORDAGE, 

FLOUR. 

MEAL, 

AORIVULTURAL 



WCVDBN WARS, 

BRUSHSa, 

NAIL8, 

HARDWARE, 

SA WS, 

CUTLERY, 

IRON, 

STEEL. 

CHAIN, 

OIL CLOTHS, 

WALL PAPER, 

IMPLEMEATS, 



GLAMS WARE, 

CROCKERY, 

QUEENSWARE, 

LAMPS, 

LANTERNS, 

TIN WARE, 

STOVES, 

BOOTS d: SHOES, 

RUBBER GOODS, 

CARPETS, 

MATS, 

RUGS. 



J. A. BATES, 

HAVING RK8UMKD BUSINESS IN HIS 
own nMne, aad 
AT HIS OLD STAND, 
would be happy to see his friends and former 
customtrs. 

ThaakAil for past lavora, he would respect- 
fully ask for a contiouaiMie of the aaae. 



TO Tl FARMERS. 



HAVE A LARGE AMOUNT OF 



CRADLE FINGERS, 
F«rlu, lUikea, «c. dkc. Ac. 

wUich I propose to sell VEBY CHEAP. Call 
and be convinced. 
June 8, 1862-tf J. A. BATES. 



GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, 

AND 

YANKEE NOTIONS GENERALLY, 



WHICH THET WILL BILL AS 



66 



A. ."NT 



IF NOT CHEAPER, 

Y OTHER 



C H ■ A P, 

THAN 



Good News For The 

PEOPLE! 



M ^ IST 



99 



-U.0 A OaII £izi.dL 3EI^KAzici.l]3.e tlxe 



PURCHASING ELSEWHERE. 

Stillwater, Minnesota, May 24th, 1862. 



DB^SS GOODS!— Poplins, Alpaccas, Ly- 
onese, Wool Delaini,, Traveling Goods, 
ChalHs, Moualin Delaines, Lawns, Berages and 
Prints, light and dark, to please All, at 

HBRSEY, STAPLES- & HALL'S, 

SHAWLS, Balmoral Skirts, Sun Umbrellas, 
Parasols, Fans, Shakers, Gloves, Mitta, &c., 
&c., at HERSEY, STAPLES & HALL'S. 



in Niinsemond district, Maryland, Sat- 
urday night. One man alone lost |30, 
Goo worth. Riches take to their legs 
"and dee away." But all this high val- 
uation is bosh. The bottom of the nig- 
ger market has fallen out. There is 
nothing left U> Virginia of the pleasure 
and profits of nijrger breeding. 



Color Seroeant Bloomer. — During 
Uie rt^;eut b^Ltles before Richmond, thu 
color Sergeant of the Minnesota wasiihot 
down. Seeing the old flag fall, Corporal 
Sam. Bloomer, of this city, caught it up 
and bore it triumphantly over the bloody 
fields of those seven days ut' battle. As 
a r»!ward for his bravery, he has very ap- 
propriately been appointed Color Ser- 
j^eant of the regiijent. Good for Sam — 
tio braver or truer man ever shouldered 
d musket. 



much so that every ofiice in the State is 
almost sacked of workmen. Last week 
we lost one of our former woikmen, and 
since then another of our regular com- 
positors — Ed. A. O'Brisn — bu enlisted 
with Captain Bromley. No profession 
or class of workmen, in proportion to 
their numbers, have contributed more 
men than the printers of the country. 
Recruiting goes on vigorously through- 
i out the Suites east of us, and many of 

lh?m will be able to fill their quota — 
enormous as it is — without resorting to 
a draft. Cnjd is nerving th<^ people to 
the great contest. 

.\n Active Day-~Enll<ttiaenls. 

Notwithrtanding th'3 withdrawal of 
the individual bounty a few days since, 
yesterday was the most act»ve day wit- 
nessed in our citv »iuce the first call for 
75,000 men. Forty names were yes- 
terday enrolled at the various recruit- 
N«w Mcsic. — We are under obliga- j^g offices. Let the work go right along 
tionsto the publishers— Messrs. Root&iand Washington county will furnish her 



Cady, 95 Clark street, Chicago — for the 
following pieces of new music : — " The 
Battle Cry of Freedom," words and mu- 
sic by Geo. F. Root; "The Day of 
Liberty's Coming," by O. F Wurzell ; 
*' Uncle Joe's Hail Columbia," by Henry 
C. Work. These pieces are all of a patri- 
otic character, and the well-known rep> 
utatioii of their authors will insure them 
large sales. Address Root <Si Cady, 
Chicago. 



Oca MiTi. — We have neither a flour- 
ing mill, or a dry {roods store, or a meat 
shop, or a safe filled with dollars to 
pledge to volunteers as a bounty for en- 
listing ; but in event we do not go i;ito 
the field ourself, we propose to furnish 



quotA withont a draft. 

If a little Divine grace coald be in- 
fused into two or three towns in our 
ctHinty whose citizens have done noth- 
ing AH yet, for this war ; or if they could 
he struck with a current of intensified 
lightning to bring them to a realizing 
sense of their duty, our quota would be 
madt: up at once. Hit them, O Lord, 
with a current of lightuing, is our patri- 
otic prayer ! 



BonntTf Ac. 

The G)unty Commissioners are in 
session this afternoon, considering .the 
sul)ject of bounty and vupport to t%n]i6es 



give information of the 
whereabouts of ^.nj such 
person who has left aaid 
county since the 5th instant, 
as also of the intention of 
any such person to leave 
said county until the Orders 
of the President of the Uni- 
ted States relative to Draft- 
ing shall be carried into ef- 
fect 

And all county officers and 
policemen will see that *tte 
above orders are enforced. 
GEORGE DAVIS, 

Sheriff of W.ashinpton Countv. 

F. R. DELANO. 

Mayor City of Stillwater, 



BAUNSCHEIDTISMUS. 

THE UNDERSIGNED BEGS LEAVE TO 
announce to the people of Stillwater and 
vicioity, that he has beea appointed bj J)r. 
LoRXNZ Rewhard, (Directorof thcBannscheidt- 
ische Healiag iDstitute, New York) as Legiti- 
mate Uaun:4cheidti9i, to introduce the wonder- 
ful bcaltng method, called 

"BAUN 8CHBID TISMUS." 

All'operations aic made in accordance with 
Baunscheidt's directions, and the remedies 
Msed have been imported direct from Germany. 
I shall keep ou band at .all times a full stock of 
Baunacbeidt'g celebrated remcdiei^ consisting 
ol — 

THE LEBENSWE:KER. (Life Rtviver.) 
THE FAMOUS OLEUM BAUNSCnEIDTII, 

with the book of Explanation, printed in all 
roodem languages, which can be had at the fol- 
lowing prices : 



of volunteers. Something should be j For one Instrument $3 60 



done to insure the supply of our quoUt of 



to the familj of every person enlisting I men without resorting to a draft, and up- 
in either of the companies organized and on the Commissioners devolves the re- 



accepted in this city, a copy of the Mes- 
tenger, to be delivered to the family of 



spousibility. Wo believe the people will 
cordially sustain the Commissioners in 



such volunteer during the term of his '■ any reasonable inducements they may 
enlistment. The aggregate will be a give to volunteers. 
heary draft upon us, but our liooks are 
open to reed re all such names. 



!f# IS»r« 



C*l«uizall*n •! 
dlers. 



Sol- 



120,00 BOUNTY. 



The Commissioners this afternoon re- 
solved to pay a County Bounty of $20 
to every person volunteering in any 
company now being recruited in this 
and also to volunteers who 



St. Paul !>A3 been playing a sharp 

{ame for a week paatk iQ order to fill up 

.hejquota of RaQ^e^ ^upjty »nd thus 

^voidad^afi. Wilb tiw weeiti» of the I f"""'>' , ^, , ., 

J ,, . J. . » J I have families, fo per month tor the wtn? 

4ti;ens, and tbeir readiness to create aa- I ' ^ 

4tional city and county indebt^Jqes.J*'^^ ♦^ P«^ '"^"^'^ ^'^ ^"^^ child - pro- 
^ey have been ofering bounties /or vol- j ^'^^ **« volqnteer allot, to his family 
ffteers of such magnitude that no other |*^ ^' "^^"'*» ""^ **'« **««*• 
cction could compete wit^ th^rp. The 
csult was, tbd^ eoores of people from 
cur own and adjoining counties went to 



ft. Paul to enlist, and in order that the 



HpeecM hf Geu. IHeasber. 

Gen. Thomas Francis Meagher made 
a rousing war speech in New York city 



on Friday evening. We have room 



ffllietm«iu should go to the credit of I ^„,^ for the co»ciudji,g pof^ioo, ae fol- 



tiat county, tb^V would colonize the for- 



egn recruits for a period of ten days be- 
fn-e mustering them in, io order that the 
rtcruit should acquire a residence in tAa( 
ouoty. 
The late order of the Secretary of 



lows : 



Copie, my countrymen, one ijaore 
efiurt, magoacimous and chivalroys, for 
the Republic, which, to thousands ^nd 
thousands of you, has been a tower of 
impregnable security, a pedestal of re- 
^ ,,.,,. 1 L- nown and a palaoe of prosperity, aAer 

Var, forbiddmg apycitivn leayinghis^j^j^ worrying, the scandals, and the 

AOinty, has put an eflfectual stop to this [ shipwreck that, for the most part, have 
eastern of colonization. St. J*au! is bi^ ' been for many generations the implaca- 
erough and old enough to furnish her'bl* desiiny of our raoe. Gome, my 
*' , ^ J . icountrynpen, in the name of IQchard 

au-itu without drawmg upon counties;,, j "^ "^ j- j .. » *u 

qujwi wiiu J Montgomery, who died to assert the 

that have been already dramed a'»d j liberty, and in the name of Andrew 



One bottle of Oleum B.iuneicheidtii • • 2 00 

Book of Eiplanation . . - 3 00 

Thb Lkbe.vswuckrr (Life Reviver), repre- 
sents the most complete apothecary*;* (shop in 
the bcBt and truest sense, bec-ume ita cfTectH are 
warming, animating, relieving, and guverns the 
circulation of the blood. 

Rheuraatieal Pains, tooth and head ache, 
spasms, asthma, quinsy, loss of hearing, affec- 
tions of the uvula, (hoarrieness) Itc. tic., are im- 
mediately, and diseases of the eyes, stiffness of 
the joint8, jaundice, paleness, green sickness, 
hemorroids, gout of all sorts, lichens, or tet- 
ters, Ac, &c., surely, cured. 

In critical cases, for instance, apoplexy, colic, 
inflammation on the chest, nervous fever, chol- 
era, yellow fever, trance or apparent death, 4c., 
where we hare no time to be consultative, 
where the fact ought to be instantly decided, 
in such circumstances this proves at once the 
Llfo Revwer ss a saver of life. 

CHAS. M. GEHRUCHER. 
Sailwater, April 29, 1862.— a33. 



LADIES, MISSES AND CHILDREN'S 
Hoop Skirts all the stTles, at 

HERSEY, STAPLES k HALL'S. 

ARPETS, AC— All Wool, Three Ply, 
Ingrain, Stair Carpets, Painted do.. Cot- 
ton Druggets, Jute Mats, Velvet Rugs, &c., at 
Eastern prices, by 

HERSEY, STAPLES & HALL. 



MEN AND BOYS !— Select your Hats and 
Caps while the afsortment is large, at 
HERSEY, STAPLES & HALL'S. 



DENIMS, Drillings, Domestics, Ducking, 
Flrnnel, Hickory, Tickings, Satinetts, 
Cawimere*, Doe Skins, Kentucky Jeans.Tweeds, 
Blankets, Woolen Yarns, Carpet Warp, Wool- 
en Socks, for sale low, by 

HERSEY STAPLES b HALL. 

i- 



TEAS!— lasperial Gunpowder, Moyoune da 
Oolong Extra, &c., sold without reterenee 
to War times and prices, bv 

HEBSEY, 'STAPLES <fi HALL. 



MILL owners and others will take notice! 
That the "FATE.VT LUBRICATING 
OIL" takes the place of J.Ard Oil for all pur- 
poses, and is sold at 37i cents per Gallon 
Cash, by HERSEY, STAPLES & HALL. 



PAINTERS SAVE YOUR MONEY!— 
BENZOLE, a substitute ior spirit Turpen- 
tine and better for al' uses. T»T it ! Tey it ! ! 
Only 30 cents per Gallon, at 

HERSET, STAPLES d HALL'S. 



MILLERS will find a large assortment of 
Mill Saws, Circular and Cross Cut Saws, 
Lath and Shingle Yarn, Mill Files, Babbitt 
M«tal, iic, at 

HERSEY, STAPLES A HALL'S. 



t^AST STEEL, Spring Steel aad Iron of 
/ all sizes. Nails, Chains, Jacks and Screws, 
and all the innumerable small items of Hard- 
ware, at HERSEY, STAPLES & HALL'S. 



A LARGE lot of Heavy Tia Ware and Brown 
Stooe Ware, just received, by 

HERSET, KAFLES A HALL. 



A 



LL KINDS OF PEODUCE TAKEN IN 
Exchange for Good* by 

HEESCT, STAPLES k HALL. 



LUMBER OF ALL KINDS KEPT CON- 
stantly on hand and sold very low for 
cash by 

UERv^EY, STAPLES t HALL. 



C" 



KING STOVES I— 



Tlie Minnesota, Victor, Oak and Ledger, with 
furniture complete, for sale low by 

HMCaST, STAVLIS A HALL. 



"B 



ROWN'S SUGAR CURED HAMS" 



Ad extra article. Second to noae In the mar- 
ket—always on hand %nd for sale at prices that 
all that can reach, by 

HERSEY, STAPLES & HALL. 



CLEAR, MESS, and PRIME PORK— LARD 
in half and whole barrers, or small quan 
titles at 

HERSET, STAPLES A HALL. 



SOAPS, CANDLES, SPICES, FRUIT, MO- 
lasses. Sorghum Vinegar, Coffie, Chocolate 
Pickles, Saleratus, Mazairon Sugars of all kinds. 
Tobaccos, and thousands of other light groce- 
cries at Hemet, BrarLEs & Hall's. 



CUSTOM MADE DRIVING BOOTS.— 
Rubber Coats, Boots, Pants and Over- 
shoes. Ladies' cloth, Kid, Rubber and Leather 
Boots. Gents' Boots and Shoes. Misses', chil- 
dren's and inlant's shoes, at 

HEBSEY, STAPLES * HALL. 



A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF WALL PA- 
per, 100 varieties, to suit the most fastidi- 
ous, at Hbmkt, Staples k Hail's. 



GLASS WARE, CROCKERY; COMMON 
and extra, to suit purchagers, at 

_^ HERSET, STAPLES k HALL. 

LAMPS FOB BUROTNGTKEaoSENE AND 
Coal Oils, with or without chimneys — all 
the latest patents, for sale by 

HERSEY, STAPLES A HALL. 



"PATTER'S PATENT KEROSENE LAN- 
JX terns," without chimneys, the best in 
existence —The only patent which cannot ex- 
plode, at 
HEBSEY, STAPLES A HALL. 

O r BARRELS OF THE BEST anti-explos- 
^O ire, pure, white Carbon and Kerosone 
Oils, for sale at competition prices, at 

HEBSET, BTAPLBS A HALL'S. 

FANNING MILLS, Grass Scythes, Grain 
Scythes, Hay Forks, Manure Forks, Hoes, 
Shovels, Spades, Scythe Stones, Axes, Friction 
Rollers, Buck Saws, and other articles for Far- 
mer's use too numerous to mention, at 

BBR8CY, STAPLES A HALL'S. 



J EVY 4 DANIELS 

Have reoeived tbeir Goods for 

mi m nnn nui 

and are now prepared to offer a large and »ell 
assorted stock o< Goods at 

EXCEEDINGLY LOW PRICES. 
A large variety of LADIES DRESS GOODS 
from 10 cents per yard to 60. Black Silks at 
very low prices A large variety of Traveling 
Dress Goods. English and French Calicoes, 
Brilliants Ginghams, Lawns, Mesamliques, de 
Lames, a full assortment of bleached and un- 
bleached Sheetings, Shirtings, Pillow Case Cot- 
Pi°;^ v'"!''.' ^f.^ Ti'^^ing, Towels, Table 
Cloths, Napkins, Quilts, Muslin and Damask for 
Curtains, 4c. &c. Also a large assortment of 

Millinery C^eds! 
such as Bonnets, Hats, Flats, Ribbons. Ruches, 
Flowers, Bonnet Frames, and Shaker Hoods 

A^^uZ"'^^-' °^ HosiEUY for Men, Women' 
and Children. """^h, 

A large stock of CARPETS, OIL CLOTns 

shaSes w^If'p^p^v^ MATsNmJow' 

HXtS^^H AT? ^n^n^^^M^PS and LAMP 
MXTURES HATS, BOOTS and SHOES: all 

n«7v ^'^r" ^"^ ^^'^ *' '"^ P""^ for Casu 

to clil on *"'""'*** """* "*""'-''• **""'' ^*'' 

J^lll^aterjUM. imZlJ! "^^^^^^ 

SPRING TRADE! 

CARLZ A. CO., 

■pESPECTFULLY ANNOUNCE TO THE 
Xi- citizens of Stillwater and the St. Croix 
valley that they are now receiving and offer for 
their inspection and patronage, the largest and 
best selected stock of 6 ■>•- auu 

I>rag8 au<i medicines 

that has ever been for sale here; and our selec- 
tions being made with care, every article will 
be warranted. Our stock of 

CHEMICALS AND EXTRACTS 
will embrace every article that the medical 
practitioner can require, and the attention of 
Fhyneians is particularly called to our stock in 
this branch of our business. All of our tinc- 
tures and preparations will be in rigid accord- 
ance wiU, the formulas of the U. S Dispensa 
tory and prescriptions will be carefiillv and ac- 
curately compounded. Our ' 

WINDOW GLASS 4 GLASSWARE, 
we get direct from Pittsburg by river, thcrebv 

;s!irv.i>.r or '*^'^"' "^ ^^« ^^ 

CiO-Ai. OIL I.A.3^I>S 

Lampshades, Chimneys, 4c., we make a s'ne- 
ciahty, and no esUblishment in the State can 
offer euch opportunities for selection, or at 
sucii prices. Our 



ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE, -^a the mat 
ter ol the esute of James F. Heywapi* 
deceased. — Parmiant to a liesnsc ^^^ JK 
the^Probate Court of tbe county of HsMa^ CJ 

NOTICE is hereby given that on Saturday, 
the sixteenth day of Angui>t 1^2, at Wroe 
o'clock ia the afternoon, at the front doer uf 
the Court House in the city of StiUwatei? the 
undersigned will sell at public vendue, p^ the 
interest which James F. Ileyward deceased, 
had at the time of his death, ur which hi.s es- 
tate DOW posswiises in and to the followiug de- 
scribed property, situate in the county of 
Washington and State of Minnesota, viz : 

Lots E fil ; ihe sv j^ of the stv ^ of seotiuu 
26, and the sc ^ of section 26, alt ia towu.sbip 
SI north of range 21 west; and the nw J of 
the sw i of tteetiou 27, and tbe ue i of tUe so 
i of section 28 iu town 28, north ol' range W, 
west. 

Aliio thf right of ru«)«Bipltu« iu the follow- 
ing described lands and premises : 
The BC J^ ot nw ^ of section 5, town 'M range 21 
" U i of ne i^ " 5 " oO " 21 

" nj ofnwj •' 4 -^ 30 •• 21 

Lot 1 of suction M town 31 rao^o 21. 
Lot 4 of section 34 town 3.1 range 21 
Lot 6 •' 94 " 31 *• 21. 

S i of Sei »4 " Sr "■ 21 

Sw i '• 34 " 31 '^' '21 

Fractional section 35 " 3l '' 21 
All of the atoresaid property to be sold sub- 
ject to the widow's right of dower, but inclu 
sive of the reversion of dower. 

I. V. D. HEARD, Administrator. 
Dated at St. Paul, June 30, 1S62.— 43 4 



Commissioners' Notice. 

''I'^HE undersigned, Commissioners appoiutnl 
jL by tbe Probate Court of WBsliir.gtoii coun- 
ty to examine and adjust all claims and d*?- 
niauds against the estate of Ann Le Roy lateot 
said county deceased, will attend to the duties 
of their appointment, at the office of the Judge 
of Probate in Slillwater, in said couii'.y, on tbe 
6th day of August, and on the 20th day of I>e 
cember 1862, from 2 p. m. to 4 p. Ji. of eafli 
of said days. Tho time liuiitcd for presenta- 
tion of claims u six month? from the date here- 
of. JOSM'H N. Mastekuan',) 
JxuKB Kelly, \ 

Dated Stillwater, June 26th, ISS*^.- 



Cominissioners. 



BRITTANIA AND PLATED SILVER 
W A^E- Whioh can be bought lower than 
any in the market, at 

HERSET, STAPLES A HALL'S. 

CLOTHING!— Coats, Pants aad Vesta, 
Plain and Fancy Doe'Skin. light or dark, 
(complete suits,) Undsrehirts, and Drawers, 
colored and white. Also, white and figured 
Linen and Marsailles Shirts, at 

HERSET, STAPLES 4 HALL'S. 



DL ANK81 _ 



Of all kip^s for sale «t thie Office. 



ortfS'.'i under frrmer calls for men 



Jackson, "who s^ore hv the Fterna? to ■ 



PAPER H.iNGIir6S, WINDOW SHADES 
^0., st^U lower. CARI/I 4 CO. 

HAVANA CIGARS, a large assortment, U 
the very lowest prices, to close. 
C4WJ » 00. 

White litme. 

Just Ttfielfe4, for sale low for cash j»t the 
Browr t^arflbouie. 

p. W, Aemsteomo is G>. 

LA CROSSE, IIUDSO\^ AND STILL 
WATER PACKET, 

(DAK. A. THAYER, : : OAVTAIN 

Will make semi-weekly trips, connecting at Ea. 
Crosse with trains for the East. For Freight 
or PiiBsage. apply to 

D W ARMfiTROVG k iO . Igt ' 

Stillwater, M«v 1 j l»6a 



D. BBONSON Jr. & Co., 

DEALERS IN 

Groceries Provisions, Dry Goods, 
Clotbing, Crociiery-M^are, 

BOOTS, ZX.A.TS, ETO. 

fLOURlNG MILL. 

D. BRONSON Jr., A: CO. 

THIS MILL is just completed and in good 
running order. The want of a 
FIRST CLASS HILL 
of this kind has long been iielt by the citizens 
of Stillwater and vicinity. 

Our machinery embraces ali the lat^t int- 
provements, gotten up in the East without re- 
gard to expense. It has three nm of Burrs — 
one run for eustom, and two {brmerchaot work. 
All grain will be weighed when it comes to 
the mill, and we can assart our customers that 
our aim is and will be, to give satisfaction. 



F ARlHERSt 

WE are prepared te flotir your Wheat on 
our Merchant Stones. Will braad, skip 
te the esBt and sell on your account, renderfng 
you a full account of sales, thereby saving te 
ourselves tke 
BEAN AND MIDSLINQS FOR YODB STOCK. 
Call and see as, and examine our M«rcbant 
Mill. STILLWATER MILLft 

T7^ E E D — Bran, Shorts and Mixed Feed, 

Constantly on hand and for sale at the 

SriixvATEa Mots. 




T UMBERMEN— Weare prepared to 

grind your feed at any time, day or night — 
Corn and Rye >eed on hand and for sale by the 
load, at the SraLWiTca Muls. 



C 



ASH— 



Highest market price paid for No. 1 

BIO GRANDE AND CLUB WHEAV. 

By D. BRONSON Jr., 4 Co. 



c 



RN, RYE AND OATS- 



Waated in exchange for Fencing or Lumber. 
D. BRONSON Jr. & Co. 



THENCE NAILS— 

Twenty-fire kegs M Fence nails, for sale 
cheap, by D. Beoneii J«. k Co. 



IF YOU WANT TO FIND A LASG£ AND 
well sdected stock of Dry Goods aad Shoes 
for Ladies and CIiildren« call at Ltrr k DmM 
iklt's. Tbeir stock is well assorted, and their 
prices are such as to prevent the closest buy- 
ers from gmmbling. 

Stillwater, June 10, 18«2 K9. 



c 



ATIPET8, CARPETS 



F 



LODR-- 



Fifty barrels ^> Ptillwa^r Ex|ra FlQpr," lyaits 
froij) ojd Cjvb m4 wj^ta^ Wh»H, ▼wrwlad, 
for sale by D. Baossos ^m. 4 Co. 



F 



ENCI1J6 *irp CmiJJJJll- 



Serenty-five theuMnd' (eat^. Feocicg muI Lum- 
ber for gale, or will be exchanged fbr ptodiue, 
by D. BaoraoM Jk « Co. 



C^OAI. OIL, 
Best fjualitr, at 45 wma prr galon. 

ClRLI ^ CO 



We call particular atteation to our stock of 
Carpets, which we warrant to be of superior 
quality. The styles cannot be surpassed, and 
the prices we will make to suit the tiroes. 

LEVY k DANIELS. 



OOMBTHING NEW! 

We have in store Ready-Made 
BIBB, iPRONB, CHEMISE, DRAWERS AND 
Paatels for Children, Niebt Gowns and Che- 
mise Takeafbr Laities, Magio Rnfllea all widths, 
Onwihet Sitge, ke, 
UV W- UTT k PAKIEL8. 



r 



PJ.i ITJr^PfR COATS 



If^e l)ire fdd\% Rqjiber Coats of SHparkir 
quality, at extremely low prices- don't pyr- 
obase before lookiss at ours. 

Lett k Damixle. 

Jbne VI, 1862. 



F 



OR LAMPS A!^ LAMP FIXTURES 

of all kinds, call op Lc^t & DiNiris 



will be the purest and best the market alTords 

Paints, Oils and Dye Stuffis 

2^^'^n "^ '^*" ^^ '^"'"P'^ste. Our Paint, White 
waA Dusting, Horse, Crumb, Fleah, Fly, Shae, 
Cloth, Hair, Nftil, Tooth and other 
3BXl.-C7flBXK:BS 

Will be found in the largest supplj 

PATENT MEDiciNES, 

Of all kinds will be kept io full supply, and onr 

Perfamery, Coimetiei, Hair Dyei, fcc, 

Will be found in ample stock and of the best 
quality and freshest styles. Our stock of 
Tobaccos, Cigan aiMl Saafto! 

Will comprise the choicest varieties, with Meer- 
schanm Bnar wood, China, and a large assort- 
ment of Fancy and Common PIPES 

Wil! be kept in good assortment Also, 
WALL PAPER, WINDOW SHADES, fcc, 

With Fixtures for hanging Curtains. 
We have also on hand a lai^ assortment of 

niecellaaeoiu Articles, 
Consisting in part of Pocket KniTes, Scissors 
Playing Cards, Spices of all kinds, crude and 
ground. Pencils, Port monnaies, Stove Poliah 
water-proof Blacking. Whips, Violin Bridges! 
Violia strings. Guitar strings, Military shavinp 
Glasses, Tumblers, Goblets, Lager Beer Mugs 
Wine and Champagne Glasses, Bird Cages, Seed 
Boxes, Bird Baths, Bed Pans, Candlesticks, 
Concentrated Lye, Soda, Salteratus, starch, 
iJom starch, Essence of CoflDee, Dog Collars 
Combs ol all kinds. Garden seeds, Fishing 
Lyies, snoods. Hooks, Eley's water proof Gun 
Caps, steel Gun Nipples, Demijohns, kc. &c. 

Baeon't Coal Oil Itim^i and Lauteros, 

To be used without chimneys — a new and cood 
article. Of ^ 

WINES AND UQUORS, 
We will keep a large supply of the purest and 
best that ean be purchased in New York— com- 
prising in part, Pure French Brandies, Holland 
Gin, St. Croix Rum, New England Rum, Port 
Borgundy, Malaga, Cherry, White and Claret 
Wines, Scotch, Irish, Monoogahela, Bourbon, 
Rye and comaM>n Whiskeys— Wolff 's Schnapps 
London Cordial Gin, *c. kc. 

AND FURTHER, 
As there ia no reason why Goodsshould not be 
seld here aa tow as in St. Paul, our prices will 
compare favorably with the lowest that obuin 
in that city — and in order to enable as to do 
this, our terms from this date will be STRlCT- 

In conclasioo, we respeclfklly ask of the pub- 
lic an exatoiaation of our goods and prices. 

OARLI & CO. 
Stillwater, April i9 18«2. 



NOTICE. 

NOTICE Is hereby given that a proiulasorv 
note for $80 21, dated Nov. ao. 1801. 
drawn by J. M. Gibson k Co., payabtu to tuy 
order, six months after date, hat^ bei-u ]i>.-{ <ir 
stolen, and payment thereon stopper!-; Ami nfl 
persons arc hereby cautioned again.xt purchas 
ing the same. Ukctoh A.vputbox. 

Stillwater, July 3d, 1862.— 43 3 



MORTGAGE SALE.-DEFAULT HA^nNG 
been made in the payment of the moneys 
secured to be paid by that certain inortgag»-, 
executed by Fridolin Marti as mortgagor, to 
Barvey Cutler aa mortgagee, dated the eighth 
day of May, a. d. 1861, and daly rccoi-ded in 
the office of the Register of Deeds of WusLiu^- 
ton county and State of Minnesota, onth^ I.^th 
day of May 1861, at 2 o'clock, p. u. in fcook F 
of mortgages, ou page 162. TU( amount uf 
money by said mortagage sccnreil to be paid, 
and now at the date of this notice being and 
remaining due and unpaid, is bix hundred and 
eighty-nine and 3'2-luO (|6S9 &2) dollars, anil 
no proceeding at law having been instituted t<> 
recover the same or any part thereof: — Now 
therefore, notice is hereby given that the said 
mortgage will be foreclosed, and that under 
and by virtue of a power of sale contaiueil 
therein, and in pursuance of the statute in sucii 
case made and provided, the lauds -and' prem- 
ises embraced and described in said mnrtgajo 
and sitoatc and being in the county of Wash- 
ington and State of Minnesota, and k«of<Ni and 
oescribed as follows, to wit: The wost hull 
of the north-east quarter (w f ne i) of aection 
number five, (6) township number twent^-iiim. 
(29) north of range number twenty, (2U) west ; 
containing seventy-seven and 7^-100 acres of 
land, according to Government survey, will b<- 
sold at public auction, at the ofloe of the Reg- 
ister of Deeds of said county of Wa^huigtoo, 
in the city of Stillwater, on tbe 27tb day of 
August, 1862, at 10 o'clock a m., to piT and 
satisfy the debt aforesaid, together with ttio 
costs and expenses ol pale. 

HaRVEY CUTLER. Mw^agie. 
L. R. CoKNMAN, Att'y for Mortgi^ee. 
Dated at .Stillwater, July 14, 1862.-45-7. 




FAIBBANES' 

BTAJiBA&D 

S C A. I>]K8 

OF ALL ETNOa. 

I Alio, WarrhoDM Tracks, Let- 
' ter PrciKit, ete. 

FAIRBANKS, GREENLEAF, b CO., 

IT! Lake Street, CHICAffO- 

^-B« carefiil to buy only the gDdnlae.'^ 

irlTciJimii 

Opposite Steamboar Lanolins, 

MAIN STREET. 



Wholesale and Betatt dealev iu 

DRU6S AND IBKHNES, 

CHEMICALSt 

stuffs, Varniffhee, Turpentine, Akoli*'!, 



Dve 



/^HEAP GOODS ! GHSAP GOODS t 
Call at Levy k Daniels's and look at their 

ladies' BreiMi Goods 

at 8, 10, and 12|; Linen Handkerchiefs at 12^; 
White and colored Cotton HodS at 12J ; coIon 
ed Brilliants at 20 et^ worth 80 ; real EngHah 
Lawn at 20 cts, worth 80 ; bleached Shirting 
at 10 ; worked G«llars at 80 cts, worth 76 cts ; 
worked do at 60 cts, worth fl,00 ; worked cur- 
tain Muslin at 20 cts ; Hoop Skirts at 80 cts ; 
Heeled Congress Gahers at f1,00 ; Slippers at 
60 cts ; super kid heeled Slippera at $1.28 ; 
rich bhusk Silk at $1,00 per yard, worth $1,25; 
printed Bordered Handkerchiefs for childcen 
at 6 cts, for gents at 10. Also, at low prices. 

CLOTHS. CASSIMERBS, VESTINGS, 
Linen and Cotton Goods for boys and mens* 
wear, all to be sold at exireaehr low prices. — 
For bargains, call on 

Ma.v 26 LUVY k DANIELS 



CAMPHENE, 

Coal m% 

AND 

Burning Flaid, 

Fine Toilet soaps, Hair k Tooth Brushre 

Trusses, Supportecs ami Shoulder 
Braces, Patent Me<fici'nes, 

lii m mil \ 

For Medicai tses. 

All earfUty seleeted and warranted genuine, 
at prices to sntt the times for cash only. 



STATfONFJlt, 
Of alf kinds, very low. 



CARU k CO. 



Snpfttrt ywr own M»Bfaclaren». 



C A P R O N 



Having purchased the stock' of 

TINWARE HARDWARE AND STOVES 

of H. B. GroBvenor, would respectfully aa- 
noance to the public that he intends to keep a 
good assortment of the same, on hand, aad will 
execute all orders with dispatch- ^^ 

TiB, Oopper Iu Sheet Iron Work 

MADE TO ORDER. 
ROOFING AND GUTTERS 

AT TBE 

T.B^'Xfsremt IPxrzoesi. 

ALL KINDS OK JOBBING 
DO!re AT TUC !>H0RTE8T NOTICC. 



Stillwater. Minn 



WM. M. CAPRON. 
June 17, 1862 —tl lui. 



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AYER'S 

Sarsaparilla 

FOK FUMTYINe THE BLOOD. 

Aal for the iperUy cure of the K>n«w;of( romplauit^: • 
■•r*f«laa»<l Scrofnlons Affeetlona.suclk'l 
Twiuora, tlccra, i$or«s, Rrnpiton*, | 

Boila, 




MILWAinCSE 



I'lnaylca, Puvtulea, Illotchca, 
iU»U»a, aua all siklu Dlacaa«a. 

OtsiiTtA. Iiirt., Cth Jane, I?ft<>. ' 
J . C. Atu it Co. U«iir< : I fe»l it atr daty to ats t 
k»>«l«Uj^ «kutt }uiir .-.unKt-Huil.t lias dwoa lur BMk | 
lUriBK u'hm-itrO ti ^rotiih>iu inrecUoii^ I hara aufliiml i 
fruit it in Tarkiiia way* U't jesn. 9oi»MinMa k tMinl ' 
\<m. in Vl<-«r< on idt IuumI« him) afwa: ■MB^tiami it ; 
tamcU iu«arj uid ui^fiviwii uw mt tk» rtwac^. Two j 
i«>n ago it Wi>k« t'Ut ou iut lirad auti roTcrrtl my ccaJp | 
uwl wmn wWi o«a aocv. wliiHi «»> |mI»M aati toatMooM i 
\)0;:9ut4KMtif^am. t tn^i luuny inedietaaa ixi aavaraf | 
l>b fatHaaa. but «illw«t miKh rt-li<-r dtw aay Ihtaf; In 
la(t. th« diMwdcr grctt w.-r^-. At length I mat rt'joio-J I 
tu read in th« (itviiH-l Mr^xngt-r tliat roa |ia<i pri>i'are<l ' 
ao aitaratita (Sanapaj-iUa), for I Hih-w trom yfmr rrpvta- 
tioa that uii\ tliio^ juu uuulo mint be food. I wat to j 
Ciiirutaati ami ^ t It, Hiid u.->«ni it till it rurcd me. 1 t< »k I 
M; m 7*«i uUTifa. in smM tlua«4 uf a t«aapoo»rul ovr a I 
mtttk, and aarti itlim>*t llir<>u Imtth-s. New and healthy | 
•akJM aiMNi basau tu lunn uiuier tliv ncab, which aflrr a ' 
^wIMe <«ll oC My iltiu is 00% clvar, aail I know t>jr jny 
■ftreXiiga that the (Nimue baa ceae from avyCTSteiD. Ton 
•.ail wWI U'li«Tatbat I faal what I MB avli* when T IpH 
>,o,, 
afti 



Am) RBAimn 

BAILWAT- 

FORHCU.T inLWATUn: ASD M. R R- 

i TBRUCea to MtLWACHJ ASD CHICAGO, WlTHOrT CniJldt 

I or CA*8. 

I The shorUrt. jaaickM* and most ttnct route. Bitot al 
point* Nfcrtli aatl 5orti.w»a»» to Maiitaan^ 
JaacariUe. (%!c*ru> Miiiciakae, l>..tr.u 
Cl«VLl.iod. BulT»lo, UjXikirk, Ni«|tara 
Falln, Toroato, .Monlre»l, R«»;he-<- 
' ter, Albany, Saint L"uU, 
Cincinnati, New York, 
PnatiW. VkBaMMia. Baltlmar*. Hac, etc. 
.. AltllK DOCIIIKM ROLT r. 
The shortest, in«-t cntofortable and most dlri<troolc 
».. the K.tai- Pa*«em-ra bjr tlM route arrtra at fraMa 
du Chl'n at 9 l. * 'nfter bf-ikfn-'t ^n txiar.I sfeamer,) 
aiid hav • a davliKht ride to Chicai". wllhont p|.aii?e«f 



1* BIB! 

Ni^* GOODS 

ARE COMING! 



N OTICE. 

TOE CO-PARTNERSHIP flfWRETOFORE 
existing uuder the firm name of Uallard, 
Dra^r k Parker is this day dissolved by mu- 
tual consert. Each and all of the above part- 
ners are authorized to use the firm name in the 



settlement of 
firm 



all businCM partaining to Mid 



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MEN'd AND BOTS* CLOTHWa ! 



Marine, Mian., 
^ O.T ICE 



W. W. BALLARD, 
N. C. DRAPEJl, 
A. S. PARKER. 
May 20, 1862. 



IM eUAT VARIETY! 



Eryaipelna, 
Sen id Ucad, 



that 1 bi>U) }uu tu be one of tke apostlrj of tke age, 
raawin over Kralefally. Your:), 

ALrKi:D n. t.vlley. 

St. Anthonjr'a Fire. Roae or 
Tetter and S«U Itheum, ' 
}fllNgweri»t Sore Eyra, I>r*pajr« 

Ik. li'bert M. iTeLi* write* from .«ak«i, y. T., 12tt 
■•lit.. t-wU, tliat ho l|aa cored au iuTeterata eaaa oT 
Prtff, whkli tlireat.ned lu tcraiiuate ftU.UIy, by the 
pe-vevering nse of our SarencHrilla, atid al*j a ilimg-^roiij 
M.Ujnant BrvtipfUs f>v Iiriie d'.nes of the ranie: laya 
be cures the CMiinmn Ir^hli iis l.y it (.■■ustaiitlj. 
Bronchocalc, Goitre or Swelled Nock. 

lUrtnlon Sloan of IV.n-ect, Tesae. wriJes : "Tliree li^.t- 
tlei of vour Sii5iij.ui.;U cured me from a (ioiln — a lud- 
•oti) svr-lliD< on III? neck, wliiJi I had suffeici from. 
o«< r riro years." 
I.<>iirorrUep« orAVhHca.OTnrlnM Tumor, 

i;terlu« I'Iccratloii, Vcmale Discoaca. 

l)r. J. n. S. Channing, 1 1 NVw V-rk City, writea ; " I 
OK It cheerfully r'>mv.ly "i'b "»« 1 miiiest uf your agent in 
M<'in^ I haee f>iiDd y >ir pHr'ai^arilla a nio«t excellent 
aligratWe in the immerons roaipWaU foe which we 
en ploy snoh a r(jme<lv. !.ut onweially in t^nalt IHwuet 
<4 tlie i»cMfulou< dUub^vin. I hate cnnd many inTeter- 
■«<• eaaex of I-t^u.-oTrhoeaTb/lt, awl »om« where the com- 
pbiiat wa« caused by MieeTOfcViM of ibe affrtu. Tbenleer- 
atioo Itaelf waaaoon cored. Nothin; within my koowl- 
«d fe equ»l« it for IIk'sw female der«iij?«iii*«ts.'' 

blwani ?. Marrow. ..f Newl ir.j. Ala., writer "A ili»n- 
ge •oo» OfcTrMin liimoi- cu one >'f tli«- f(.-m«l''s in my family, 
wliih ha.1 dvfioJ ail tli.' remediea we conld enipjov. bus 
at l.*ogtli t-een Cfmpl--t-ly cured I'y yotir lixtract cJ Bar- 
eaiarilla. Our p)iT<ician tliunj^bt nothing l'<it cxtirr^i- 
II1 n toiAl afford relieC tut be adriaed tlie tri.il < f vmr 
farsafmrilla n* tlie last rexoit before cutting, and it 
■pr )T«d elTertual. After taking year Temedy eight weeks 
tit lynptooi of the di-M?a»e remain?."* 

Sjrplkllla and Mercurial Diseaae. 

Nrw OairANS. 25lh Aiiitnvt, 1S50. 
Da. J. C. AT«a: Sir, I cheerfully comply with the re- 
qrett of >i>or agent, and report to vou some of the eSecU 
i .laie realised with your !3.ir=riparill». 

I ba»« cored with it, in my practice, most of the fom- 
plunlfl for which it in recommended, and haTe Cwnd it« 
eB»ct< truly wonderful in the tuie of r-nrrral and J/tr- 
emrial [hsfose. One uf my paiienta ha<i Syphilitic ukers 
In hie throat, which were cantamiag bto palate and the 
toll of liitf mouth. Yoor BamfaiMa, staad^y taken, 
cired him iu tire weeks. Aaothar waa attacked by aeo 
ot Uary syniptonu in liN noce, and the nlceration had 
eaten away a conaidcnblo pnrt r>f it, so timt I believe the 
diiorder wooJd soon reuch hid brain and kill him. Bat it 
yielded to my adminisiratiou of yuur S.iraaparilla; tlie 
ulcers healtd. Bid be is well .igiiiii, uut of course » itbout 
aeaa tfilsaralisa to hia face. A woman who had been 
trmlad liir tha aaanadbardar by mercury waa saSering 
fran tbi.<i poison in her bones. Xhcy had become so sen- 
A ive to the weather that on a duinp day .-be saiTered ex- 
crjciiitinic pain in her joints and bones. She, tcto. was 
evred eijtirely by yoor !%rsa|iarilla in a few weeks. I 
kiiow friiui I'ld formula, which yuur agent gave me, that 
ttia Preparation from yonr lab-jrafory munt be a great 
remedy; conset(ueutly. these tniTy remarkabla results 
w .tk it have not 'arprised me. 

Frateraaily juurs, Q. T. LABIM£G, M. D. 

SJtcumatlsia, Govt, LIrer Complaint. 

IyiilP»:«I»l!lCE, Preftun Co., Va.. 6t!i July. 1"*59. 

B». J. C. At»: Sir, I have been ulllirtcd with a pain- 
till chronic RlanTnixlism. Ix a long lime, which balllt-d the 
»|iill rf phvsicians, aud stuck t<> iiio in sjilte of all tho 
rrmediealcoiild Qnd, ontil I tried yoor Saraaparilla. Otie 
Ix tile cored me in two week^. and restLtied m* general 
Ik ilth so muoh that I am far b<rttiT llian betijre I was 
Attacked. I think it a wonderful mcUi'lne. J. t'lLEAM. 

JalM T. Gelchell, of St. LciiLs writes : " I have been 
al Meted for years with an aff-xtifn of the Ltrer, which 
d. itroyed my health. I tried every thing, and every thing 
Ciiiad to relieve me ; and 1 have been a bruk<?n-down man 
fLf Kioie years from no clher cause th.in il^ratigemnit nf 
/'.» ZJrcT. My beloved pastor, the Rev. .Mr. Espy, advised 
no to try yonr SsjaapariUa, because he raU he knew yon, 
niid any Ihin? you madanaa worth trying. By the Mess- 
it g of God It has cured nw, aad has »o purified my blood 
an tolMke anew mun of me. I feel youni; apiin. Tbo 
UiSt dUU can ba said of yoo is not half good enough." 

flcklrrua.Canccr Tumors, Enlnrarement, 
Ulceration, Carlea and £xfollutioa of 
tlie B«nca« 

A gre»t Tarirty of caaes hare been reported to <u wliere 
c ire* of these Jurmidable complaints have resulted fiom 
t:ie Bsa of this remedy, but our f pace here will not admit 
I i-m. Some «*f them may b^ foiiinl in oar Am«.Ti<-an 
Almanac, which the agent« !»U.w camed are pleased to 
furnish gratis to uU who call for tlicm. 
Ilyapepsia, Heart DUeaae, Flta, EpIIep- 
ay, Melancholyt Neuralgia 

Many remarkable ctires of the»e afrectious haTe been 
WiMle by the altrrativ.? power of this m"-!]!* itie. It stinm- 
bitee the vital functions into vigorous action, and thus 
orercome* di."i>r'l-rs which would be supp-iise^l beyond its 
r -acfc. Such a remedy has long been reijiiired by the ne- 
. seitie* of the people, and we are oouQdcBt that tkis will 
d ■ for them alt that medicine can do. 

Ayer's Cherry Pectdral, 

FOR THE U.\riD CfBK OF 

( ouichs. Colds, Influeuxa, Hoaraoncss, 

Croup, Bronchitis. Incipient Cou- 

suoiption, and for the Relief 

•r Consnnkptlwe Fatlcnta 

In adwanced Staf^es 

•r tke IHs«aae. 

Tbit is a rewedy so «nlvertany known fo purpaM aay 

other for the cure of throat aad long complaints, that it 

|i useless her* to publish the evkletice of its virtues. Its 

cnrivalled excellence for coughs and colds, and it* tmty 

v'on.lerfiil Cn.-e9 of pulmonnry (!!sea.«e, have made it 

known thronghoot tka cAiliied nattons of the earth. 

} rw are the roramnnities, or even families, amon? them 

V ho bare not some pefsonal experience of iU effects— ■ 

s>nia living trophy in their mi<l5t of ita victory ov er tas 

subtle and dangeroui dt«order8 of the thscatssd ><ni^ 

h% all know the dreadful fiUallty of tkaaadtatdan, ud 

ss they know, too, the eSscts of this remsdy, w« need not 

CO wore than to n?5iire them tbnt it has now all thf vir 

«ae< that it did have when m:iliiu« llie^urc.^ which hav« 

>'on so strongly opoa the contidenco of luaiikiad. 

:Pr«and by Or. J. C. AT£S & CO., Lotnll* Maai 



cars. In ample"tlme to get supper aiid take (ike evenlBf 
I trains E«<t. or at Mllwankee. In time foe the evening 
boat oftheI>etix>U and Milwaukee Railroad Iln». 

N 1 chsiiiff of passengers or baggage N-tween Prairie 
,1, i .iKig) or Milwaukee. 

I. tills reiole stoM ehangiag froai boat to 

* - ;,M-iil. and Ave o'clock in the moruinjfcsnd Ike 
i„»g oman>u4 rl4e at MIlTauhM to stfsk as go to 
fhlc.Tgo. - . . . - , *_ 

Tb<- Peals of iNb Lino.torrMai^ye pesOMs to I* 
Cro'se. will have no detention at that point, and the 
public nay depend, on sure conn-ctions at Prairie do 

Bairvrasc will be checked tUroaflk to all points Kafl| 
' and i^.iiilh. thus avoldine all trouble to passengers. 

, No oiiiniI'U^< ihir^-.s ill CI'ioKlo. 

• Xhe I 'i- by thM favorite route t« always aSnuick, and 
thp fMt will be ii' »a»**»l»w a^ lya^y oilier route. 

! Snpertor Patent gle«ipln9Car.-i > nall»i>.lit trains. 
; H. sure to pn' •lasstkkets via I'rairk du Cbten. 
I For thronfh T;ck.•t.^ a'ppl.v t > ., 

I J. A. THOMPBON. under the Mollet B-H»e, 5Iiun> 

1 *p"Ii-. 

|>. BROXSON.SulUater; .^,. , 

.\Md of all the agents between St PuTil and Praine du 

jChieu. Oil AS. THOMPSON, Ticket Ajpnt. 

C rticr Jack'oti street and Levee. 
! r.Or.VP * CHAMPUN, Freight At'ents, 

•\Y.M. JKRVIS. Suiwrliitenrtcnt. - 

K. P. PACOJJ.Oeasv'^^ Ticket Agent. a^-U. 

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Hah, Caps, Boots and Shoes, 

FOR KCV, LADIES AND CHILDREN, ALSO 

fl.OTHS, CASSIMERES, VESTINGS 

Tailor's Trimmings, 
S.VTINETTS, JEXns, TWEEDS, 



Jobs K. WBKKi.ra. 

pr*titltnL 



, AaiiSTBOiio, 

CathUr 



St. Croix Valley Bank, 

Il'thon City, Wisconsin, June ^th,\&}\. 



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.AM prepared to fumi.4i C,nV\, or Ex(l»an«»<? 
on New York or MilwaiikeP, at \l»f lowest 
r:itesotcMhan';i\ 

At Ihe Otiice ^ D. W. AliSSTRONG k Co, 

in Stillwater, Minnesota, for the foUowing list 
of Wisconsin Banks : 



Bank ofBeloit, 

Bank of Fo:i Lake, 

Bank of Green Bay. 
Bank of the Interior, 

Bank of Madison, 
Bhnk of Jefferson, 
Bank of Moneka, 
Bank af M wroe. 
Uank o# the Nortfcwest, 
B mk of OsWofh, 



farmers and Uillers Dank 
Forest City Bank, 
Frontier Bank, 
Oermrn Bank, 
Green Bay Bank. 
Hudson City Bank, 
lowa County Bank. 
Jefferson County Bank, 
Juneau Bank, 
Kenoi-ha Cbailty B.inV, 

Luiub^rmau's Battk, 



Any person fcoMing any 4>l the *l>oVe Rsl 
will do well to call on us before boias shaved 
out of 25 or 50 per cast, by Uie Iftnd sharks 
c:iIleU Bankers. 

MtS5r:«. iI.\RStLii.r. k Ii slf.y, Rankers, Mllwau 
kee; Mcswrs. Uwy.vn k Day, Bankers, NVw 
York; St-vte B.v.nk ok Wisconsin, Madison. 
D W. ARMSTRONG, C.A.shire. 
June 1 1, IS61- P^'->t^ 



Merchant Tailorinsr 

HAVING ENCVCED K.XrF.UlKNCED 
and skiiIfu\j.worknipp, I can make to ot- 
der on short notie<»^n fr^ style and tnsito, and 
will warnint h11 work 

TEIlMS--CA.Sff. 

Thankful loj ihe Ii»)oral patronage bestowed 
upon inc hcrL toforc, I invite the public of Still- 
water aiideh o.*?!. Cioi\ Valley to examine my 
stoek before ptipcha^inar. Having spared nei- 
ther pains or trouble in *clecrm!: goods, I feel 
contideut r will g^Tc satisfaction In piicesaa 
well as quitv. 

April 2 ■ .TOS. v.. SCHLEXK, 

Bcrnlieimer's Block. Main St., StUlwate^ ^ 

ISIiaker liooUs Flnts &«. 

Us^T received luO Sliaker Hoods from No. 
5 to 13: uOO new style Flats for misses and 
ladies; also new style calicoes. Lawns, Ging- 
hams, round Veils, worked Dresses for infants. 
Ladies' and childrens Shoes, Mantillas, Dus- 
ters, Parasols, Ladies' Umbrellas, 4c. 
July 1^ LxTT & Dahuls. 

NEW GOODS 

T> Y E X P R E SS . 

We hsvejiiat received a large assortment of 
Calicoes, Deniins, Canton Flannels, VelvetRib 
bias, colored Drillin;^, skirt Braids, .shell a ud 
wool, Zophyr worsted, machine thread audsew 
ing .silk, IIoop skirts, etc. etc. 

Feb. 4. ' L^VT & Dakiel 



I All persons who owe us by note or on ac- 

< comt are hereby notified to come forward and 

' make settlement on or before June 10th, 1862, 

{ and all persons having claims against us will 

present the same for settlement immediately. 

BALLARD. DRAPER & PARKER. 

Mariae, Minn., May 20, 1892.-36-4t 

/^lOimiSSIONERS' KOTICE 

Notice Is hereby given that the Commission- 
ers of the estate of David L Dibble, late of said 
coanty, deceased, will meet on June 21st at the 
school-house in District No. 4, Cottage Grove 
townaliip, Washington coanty, to receive, ex- 
amine and adjust all claims and demands against 
the aforesaiii cst«ie. 
THOMAS WKN'TWORTH, T 
ISAAC ROSE, \ Coinniissioners 

DAVID SHELLENBARGEB) 

May '12, 1862.— .15 5 w 



INSURANCE COLUMN. 




"The Cry is Still They Come!" 

LEVY k DANIELS have just received an 
other lot of tliose Chimesc and Niglit 
(iown Yokes, Hoop skirts for l.idiesand mis.ses, 
Fara.sols and sun Umbrellas, white and colored 
Shaker HoAds, all sizes, knitting Cotton, low 
price cotton IIo.se, lisle Thread Gloves and 
Gauntlet.^. 



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HARNESS MAKING. 

'pilE FIKM OF SMITH iPL^VTO UaVING 
X been dissolved by mutual consent on the 
'>Sth iii-it.. the subscriber will continue the 
SADDLE Ay D HARNESS 

hu-iiness, in all its branches, at the old stand on 
Main street, where he will be happy ta accom 
nioilatc cudtoDicrs. 

M. B. SMITH. 

Nov. 50, I860— nSO-tf 



\i7HITE LEAD— ZINC AND 011..^— 

Vt Just received and for ssilcat'liu lowest 
ft. Paul prieei., by CARLI k €0. 



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IE rNI)En.siGNED RECEIVE ON 1>E 
POSIT the biHs of tlio St. Croix Valley 
I'.ankand Rockwell k Co's Buuk. Elk-hoin, 
■\ris., and furnish ;;old or Ciehan^c at current 
tes for the saiuiK 

DaRLIN-C: vVJ ScUEfcFEK. 

I). \V. .\kmstuonc; iS; Co. 



32 



S 



^HERIFF.^ S.*liE.— By virttie of an execu- 



tion issuetl out of Hud under the seal of the 
DLstrict Coiiit of th: first Jmlitfial District i^ 
find for the county of \V.t5htngtrtn an-l Stato of 
Stinnesot:\, upon a judg;iienl rendered ajid dock- 
eted in said court on the 2utli day of ilav 1 -^''-i, 
in an action wherein Daniel McClaiie Is plaint- 
if and Christopher Carli i- defendant, in fisTor 
< f said plaintiff and against said deiendant, for 
♦he sum of five liundred fwo dollars and thirty 
lents, (%^(yi 80) —I have, on this 2»th (tsy of 
July, 1862, levictlupon the folWiwiiigdci^cribed 
pieces or parcels t>f lard, cittiate, lying and be- 
ing ir. th« county of WaahlnglOB and State of 
Minnesota, to wU:— The cast half of the noKh 
ucst quarter, the north-west quarter of the 
rorth-wcst quarter and the south half of the 
north-east quarter of section numbt^r fifteen, 
(15) also the east half of the south-west quar- 
ter of the soufh-west quafter of -"ection number 
ten, (10) — also the undivided one-half of the 
.'outh-east quarter of section number fifteem, all 
in township nomb*^ tweitty-etght; (28) north of 
range number twenty, (2t>) west : also lots nuni- 
Iwrs one, (1) aatl two, (2) in block nuinf)«r»ev- 
^rn, (7) in tfolcombe's Addition to Stillwater: 
also lot number twelve, (12) in block number 
one, (1) in Uolcomb«J» Addition to Stillwater: 
also the west h.-ilf of the nonii-west quarter of 
iiection eight. (8) in township number thirty-" 
.one, (31) north of range number twenty, (20) 
, irest — all of which said real property was, on 
;he 28th day of April 186?, attached br me m 
favor of said plaintifT, under and by virtue of 
narrant of attachment issned in said action. 

Now therefore notice is hereby given ^hat 1 
irill sell the above <ie9CTib«d r«l property an<! 
til the interest which the s.iid defeudant^t'hris 
«ph«r Carli, had in the same on the said 
'>8th day of April 1862, or at any time 
ihereafter together witti the appurtenances 
-hereunto belonging, afc public auction, to the 
aighest bidder for cmIs, sujiiy office -iii^ tbecity 
>f Stillwater, in said" county. O" Wednesday 
lb* l«>th of 5>ep.teinber 1862, at 10 o'clock is 
lb* forenoou of said day, to eatisfy said exe- 
.jiition, interest and cost*. 

GEORGE DAVIS, Sherift- 
L E. Thohpsox, Attorney for Plaiotift". 
Dated at Stillwater, -fulv 'JO, ISdi.-lfi 7 



New Goods! New (joods! 

yuST RECEIVED, DIRECT FBOM THE 

manufacturers, a handsome as^rtment of Para- 
sols and Ladies' Umbrellas, Hoop skirts of the 
best qualitv, made to order ; also a variety of 

BOXETS, FLA TS, SHAKER HOODS, 
Ribbon Flowers, Roches, straw Trimmings, 
.sheeting, shirtings. Pillow ca.<c Cottons, Table 
Cloths, Napkins, kje. 

Also, a larpe variety of ladies' and childrens' 
SHOES, all of which will be sold at the lowest 
prices for Cvl5iy, ONLY. 

May 15. Lk vy <£• DAWitu. _ 

FIRST ARRIVAL OF 

]^ew Goods! 

to which they call the attention of purchasers. 
Having purchased their stock at the lowest fig 
ures for cash, they areprqjarcd to offer induce 
mcnts to those who call upon us. They have 
Hrge assgrtmeut of 

Wi^mfTsI ®ii!E§g iJ®(Bl!)3^ 

wkich they will sell al reduced prices. Aluo a 
l.irge variety of Mniinery Goods, oiich as Bon- 
nets, Flats, Bor^net Frames, Ribbons, Flowers, 
UikIk -, Ont ornaments, ie , trt w hieh they 
c:ill parlieul.ip "attention, llavin* determined 
to .sell FOK €,SSn OJl^M. 1", they 
will not deviate from their detenniiiafion. — 
Those who want to save ttiouev shotild e:il1 on, 

LEVY k DANIELS 



EVY k DANIELS have received their Fal 
stock of 



O O K O U T F o n 

Good Hoop Skirts at 75 e»>nfs. Handsome 
Ribbons at 25, 80 and 155 cents. Calicoes a 
«, 10 and 12 1-2 cents. Chtneille Senrffs 
al 2"> cents. Cheueille^awLo at ?2 00, Btoche 
siiawls at *6 Oo worth *10 (>f>, Wlyle Brill- 
■itUs at liV c« nlis, Ph'e^'p Musliti :it 1.'. cts, Linin 
shirt li.).<oiii-< al ii5 els., best shirting calico at 
12 1-2 et.-». Ladies heeled 'congress gaitris at 
*I 00, Slippers a4 60 els., and a variety of 
other gtwds for (LiSH ONLY! 

Lkvt k Dahikls. 



LA CROSSE, HCfDSON ANDBTILL 
WATER PACKET, • 

DAN. A. THAYER, .: : CAPTAIN 

Will make semi-weekly trips, connecting at La 
Crosse with trains for the East. For Freight 
or l^.ssagp, applv to 

D. W. ARMSTftONG,4f^Q^ Agt's,. 

Stillwater, May 14, 1862. 




TB08. J. VORKS . 

REGUSTEH. or I>BBI5S 

And Conveyancer. 
Main Street, StUt€aie»\ Jflhtn- 

Prompt and lupecial "Atfcntion rfvin to the pay- 
ment 'if TiXiS f.'r X •ii-Ri-il' nt.-. ttiroH:;h5iil the 
State of Miniitcuta and N>..i tb-Western Wiscoomit. 

ANo. will fnnii!-li com-ct Abr'trict-' ofTitlt.to miybindi. 
in Wa^liinRloa Ci>., .JUtit>esota,fnAu dat* of IdCaii.u. 
down to the last ernnt-v". 

REFE«RNf KS GIVEN TO 



AGRICULTURAL 

^57^A^ RE -HOUSE. 

SP. k P. F. HODGES, 
• 

Dealers in 

MACHINES AND FARMING IMPLEMENTS. 

Agency of the 
MA8SILL0N OHIO THRESHING MACHINES, 

AND GRAIN DRILLS, 

Mc CORMA CK \S REA PER 

AND MOWER, 

JOHN H. MANNY'S 

REAPERS [cfr ZMO WERS, 

RUSSELL'S 

IRON HARVESTER, 

With two driving wheels and hinged Cutter 
Box, an improvement on the Buckeye. 

Also, Dickford & Ilufifman's Iron Cylinder 

QR^IN DRILL. 

FANNING MILLS, MOLINE PLOWS, HAR- 
VESTING TOOLS, &c., 
for sale on reasonable terms. Warehouse on 
corner of Third and Sibley etp., one block be- 
low Merchant's Hotel. 

S. P. k P. F. HODGES. 
St Paul, April 10, 1862-6m 



Wanted to Exchange, 

FOR IMPROVED CITY PROPERTY OR A 
Farm near Stillwater, about 400 acres of 
Land lying on the St. Croix river, ten miles tt 
bove Stillwater, comprising about 200 acres of 
theheaviest^timber on the river, with a high 
bank for a wood-yard, about Tsixty acres on 
each side of the river of good farming land, 
mostly prairie, twenty acres of meadow, two 
of the beat mill sites on the river,*with eddies 
in which logs or lumber can lie with safety du- 
ring the winter, and one of the very best pla- 
ces for a large Rafting Boom t<^ be found be- 
tween the Upper and Lower Bo9ma. 

Apply to C. J. BUTLER. 

April 14, 1862-4w31 

WANTED.— FIFTY ACRES OF NEW 
ground, broke last suinnKT, to reut, in 
one, two or three parcels, Ibr- a share of the 
<;ro|, — on the Point Douglas road, two miles 
from Stillwater. 

Enquire Of W. HOLCOMBE. 

Or W. W, Ilolconibe, adjoining the land. 
Stillwater, April 20, 1srt2.— :!:! 



Siidtllci'V Hardware aiitl Tool<s 

sale cheap for Cash, l)y 

KkSSLKR k RiKIIL. 



POR 



CASH! 



And the "Highest Market Price paid for 




-AND — 



Esliitt of llfnry M. Iftwjon. 

-yr OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT THE 

i.1 undersigned having l>eeu appointed by 
the Judge1>f Prob.ate of the 'county of Wa.<»h- 
ingiou, Counni.-.-iuuers, to receive, examine and 
adjo.<*t all claims for and ag.iinst the estate of 
Henry M. Lawson, late of said county, deceas- 
ed, will meet for said pnrpose on Monday t'.K- 
rJth day of May next, at 10 o'clock in the fore 
noon, and on the loth day of July next at the 
same hour, at the late residence of said deceas- 
ed. J. W. FURBER, 
JOHN McHATTIE, 
EBENBZER AYRES. 
Woodbury, April 7, 1862-61-31 



DATID niEAD, 

Boot and Shoe Makerj 

MAIN ST., STILLWATER, 

IS prepared to make everything in the Boot 
and Shoo line in a superior and elegant 
manner. Particular attention paid 
ing. 



Jan. 



to repair- 
21, 18«2-tf 



]>ric>d Apples. 

For sale, to close consignment, 25 bbls 
choice Dried Apples at 6 cents per pound by 
the barrel, cash. 

]). W. Armstroso iV; Co. 



NORTHERN ROUTE 



PASSENGERS for the JTetc England 
• StateH, tS JTorthern If Western 

JWtr Ifork, be careful and purchase your 
ckets, via 

Ogdensburgh and Vermont Central 

and SamlOw Hundred Miles Leu Travel from 
Chicago or 3Iilwuukeethi'n by any other route. 

fl.-.a la tha 

OIVLY DIRECT HIVE 

o Burlington, Montpelior, Kaint Albens. North- 
teld White River Junction, Concord, Nasliau, 
Lowell, and BOSTON. 

Through Tickets for sale, in connection with 
Michigan Central and Grand Trunk Railways, 
at the office of D. W. ARMSTRONG, 

Aprnt, St'Jlwater. 
Wa. C. ANDREtrs. Otrn't WtHem Agtnt, 
I,ake Street, Chicago. 



SEMI- KMlhL STATE1£NT No. lOi 
CAPITAL A Wl) STmPLUS 

$932,302.98. 

iflay 1st, 1§61. 

Cash and cash items $79,588 78 

Loans well secured .'•6,258 20 

Real Estate 15,000 00 

26S6 shares Hartford Bank stocks 274,859 00 
2426 •' New York " " 193,850 00 
1010 " Boston *' " 100,750 00 

507 " other " " 58,085 

United States :uid State " " 73,867 00 

Hart. & N. Hrv. R. R. honde & «' 39,700 ftO 

Hartford City Bonds 36»750 oO 

Conn. River Co. & R. R. Co. stock . . 4,6f>0 l»u ! 

Total Assets f932.802 98 1 

Total Liabilities 73,244 27 j 

For details of investments, see small cards ^ 
and circulars. 

Insurances may be effected in this old and | 
substantial Compauv on very favorable terms. 

Applv to S. S. MURDOCK, Ar,enl. 

^"Dwellings and Farm rroi)erty insured 
for a term of years at very low rates, j 

Aua. i2-v " 



Home Insurance Company, 

NEW YORK. 
CASH CAPITAL AND SURPLU 
$1,400,000. 

Fire and Inland Navigation Insurance. 



CITY FIRE 

HARTFORD, CONN. 
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS 



R^eree*H iialc. 

state of Minneeota, District Cosrt, i 
First Judfetal District, County ol WashinRton. f 

Charles W. Tlioaus vs. Robert F. Slaughter 
and Mary A. Slaughter, his wife. 

DECREE for Sale of mortgaged premises 
made by the above Court,' in the above 
entitled cause, December 29tb, a. ». 1680. Dam- 
ages and costs, |2959 86. 

Pursuant to said decree, the undermgned, ap- 
pointed therein a special Referee for the pur- 
pose, will sell at public auction to the highest 
cash bidder, on Saturday the second (<nd) day 
ot August next ensuing, at eleven o'clock in 
the forenoon of that day, at the frost door of 
the court bouse in Stillwater, county of Wash- 
ington aforesaid, the following properly situ- 
ate in said Wa.shington county, to wit: Lots 
Nos. one, (1) two, (2) eight (8) and ten, (10) 
in block No. one, (1;) Lots Nos. one, (1) two, 
(2) three, (3) four, (4) five, (5) six, (6) seven, 
(7) eight, (8) nine, (9) ten, (10) twelve, [12] 
fourteen, [14] and seventeen, [17] in block 
No. two, [2;] Lots Nos. five. [5] eleven, [11] 
thirteen, tlSJ fifteen, [15] sixteen, [16] seven 
teen, [17] eighteen, [18] in block No. three, 
[3;] Lots Nos. two, [2] four, [4] six, [6] ten, 
and twelve, [12] iu block No. four, [4;! Lots 
Nos. two, [2] four, [4] six, [6] seven, [7] eight, 
[8] nine, 19] ten, [lOj, eleven, [11] twelve, 
[12] thirteen, [13] fourteen, [14] in block No. 
five, [5;] Lotsone, [1] five, [6] ten, [10] twelve 
[12] fcurteen, [14] in block No. six, [6;] Lets 
two, [2] four, [4] eleven, [11.1 twelve, [12] 
thirteen, [18] and fourteen, [14] in block No. 
ten, [10;] Lots Nos. two — 2 — four — 4 — six — 6 
seven — 7 — nine — 9 — ten — 10 — twelve— 12-and 
fourteen — 14 — in block No. eleven — 11; Lota 
Nos. two — 2 — four — 4 — five — 5 — seven — 7 — 
eight — 8 — ten — 10 — twelve — 12— and fourteen 
14 — hi block No. twelve — 12; all said tracts 
being In Grcely & Slauiihter's .\adition to Still- 
water in said Washington eounly. 

Also lot fourteen — 14 — in block No. two — 2; 
Lots Nos. eight — 8 — ten — 10 — twelve — 12— and 
fourteen — 14- — in block No. four — 4 ; Lots Nos. 
one — 1 — -and three — 3 — in block No. six — 6 — 
in Gray k Slaughter's Addition to StHlwater 
aforesaid. 

AKso the equal undivided one-fourth part of 

the north-east quarter — ^ — of the south-east 

quarter of section No. twenty — 20 — in township 

.Vo. ihiitv — 30— of range No. twenty — 20, west. 

LORENZO R. eORNMAN, Referee. 

Allis k I'kckham, Plaintiflf's Att'ys. 

June 12, l862-7t 40 




nKNRY WESTI.NO. 



I.OriS K. TORI.M-S. 



EQUITA.BLE 

92 BKOAD-WAY, NEW YORK. 

PURELY MUTUAL. 



u5 



J. B. BRADEN, 

Wholesale and Retail Dealer in 

Iron, Nails, Steel, Hardware, 

PITTSBURGH COAL, AGRICULTURAL 
IMPLEMENTS, de. 

Keeps constantly on hand all goods :n his line, 
including 

SLieO, SWEEOES & KENSINGTON BAR IRON 

hect Iron, Plow steel, Ciust steel. Nails, Cliain.s, 

Anvils, Vises, Springs, Axles, 

Piiinpn, Lead Pipe, «rc. 

Also the celebrated 

ROCK ISLAND CLIPPER, PLOW, 
And the cclebratetl 



A useful instrument for extinguishing fires, 
watering gardens, ic, all of which will be sold 
at the lowest prices for cash. 

Warehouse on Third, between Minnesota 
and Cedar streets, St. Paul. Aug. 20, "SI 



WINTER STOCK. OF 
Groceries 4* PromsUfns ! 



J. 
H 



scHUPr 



AS JU^ RECJfclVED HIS Spring 
Stock of 



GROCERIES, a- PROVISONS! 

IHiiiii is one of the most complete stocks evi-r 
•offered in thi<« market, embracing among other 
articles, 

SUGARS. COPFKE, TK\8 FLOCR. PORK. 

BUTTER, HKRKKMKK COUNTY CHKESE, 

NATURAL PBE8KRVE3. 



PIE 

GR££N AND 



FRUIT, 



JELLIES, 

CAN 



DRY FBCIT, SARDINES, 
OOTK OYITBBS, Ac, Ac. 



AND 



Bv 



Dec. 30, 



HERSEY, 

1861-4W 



STAPLES. & HALL, 
Main st.| Stillwater. 



ll.m.S. J.R.M<;Miiraii, 
lion. 9. NelKon, 
Hon. Wm.-MeKosick. 
Hmi. .V..I. V.uiVerh'vj, 
Christopher CmW, lUttkcr 
ParliiW'A idbiUht, *' 
Offr. M. K sasi y , 
Win. L. BAnniDft Banker, 
Ira Bidw..n, ;* 

.1 J. Knox. * Co., -« 
.I.hn. Rlrrine,' • « • 
II .McKi>nty,Dt«leT in Reallatate, 
T+-n-25.tf '. 



StHlwater, Miaaeavta 



8« Vanl, MinaesMa. 



BACONS' BURNER — 
•A N«w^ Coal Oil Lamp, 
To be used w ithont chimn««rs — it good 

and very cheap, by 



r^ UARDIAN'S SALB OF J^JIAL ESTATE. 

NoTict is hereby given that by rirtoe of a 
license of the Probate Court in and for the 
county of Washington, State of Minnesota, is* 
sued to me as (luardian of Mary E. Ha.skell, 
Charlotte. A. Haskell andFruderick I. Haskell, 
minora«,I.Bhall sell on th<i 20th da^ of August 
next at }0 o'clock a. w.'-of that day, at public 
auetioii to the highest biddur, the following de- 
scribed rca( eioate belonging to said minors, 
situate and bong in said county of Washington 
and State of Minnesota, and designated a« fol- 
lows, viz . — The undivided seventeen one hun- 
dred and twentieth U7riaO) parts of *he re 
forded plat-of the village of Aftoo, excepting 
the following lots, vfz : Lots 11 and 12 in 
block 7 ; lots 7 and 8 in' t>lock 16 ; lot 7 .In 
block 7 : lots 5 <nd « in bfock 16 ; Xq/i 7 in 
bioek ;s ; ^ots 7, 8, U, 10 and 11 in block 8; 
also fraclion of block directly east of block 8f 
k)(s 5 and 6 in block 21 ; and lot^ in block 8 ; 
being the entire interest of said minors in said 
.village of Aflon. Said sale to be made at the 
PosK^ce in said village of AftQfi. Terms of 
sale (fash. . ., 

HENRY T. HASKELL, Guardian. 

Dated Julv 21st, 1862.— 40 4. 



thing, 
CARLI & CO. 



Tf^ether with a choice lot of 

Tobacco and Cigars ! 

He constantly keeps on hand a largo, asort 
ent . of ConfectiOnaries, Toys. &c, together 
ith almost every article to be foiuid in a gen- 
ral 

OROCKRY A PROVISION ESTABU8HMBNT, 

which will be sold at the lowest possible figure 
or CA§B ! 

Thankful for the very liberal patroiuge here- 
tofore received, he invites his friends lo call and 

Examine his Stock. 

Store in Nelson's Building, 

MAIN STREET. 



JE Tisr.A. 

HARTFORD, CONN. 

CAPITAL AND SURPLUS, 

^ ^W3» ^^m ^r^k B^L. ^c^a f^^ 1/t^ ^ 

Insurances on both the Stock and Mu- 
tual jilan. ^^3 

MURDOCK BROS., 

AQKNTS, STILLWATER, 



Xjlfo 



^ 



9»- OBTAIN BtCITPTTT A0AW9T FIRR. BY 
ABLE INSLKANCE AVITH THE 



T,fM 




CASH CAPITAL, - - 400,000. 

IL KELLOGG, feec S. L. LOO.^i^, Prea. 

3E1.. la. «•> 3BC. WC. aC^k. OX XsXa 

Oenebal Ao'ts, 



The PHdNIX INST:RANCE COMPANY hringa national 

ori^anizatiou, with a completo syst^-tn of agi-ncies tstab- 

lisliedthrouchonttliecountry; and devoting Ita entire 

time and attention to the buxiness of Fire Insnr- 

ance, (beint,' free from the disasters attendant . 

upon the Marine biMlneas.) and possessing a 

C:wh Capital ..f $400,00(.t, with large Cash 

Suqilas, pledged for the p^y ateat ot 

kies'^s; <*ilh competent adjn'fprs, to 

k- aid and aiMist claiuuuits in making 

up proofs, ojfem Huperior <ul- 

■vanUiyrs to tlio^e liexiring 

Rtlialilc- Indfmnily vpm\ Loss (ly Firf. 

MSSE^ PAID AT THIS AGENCY, BY 
.\pplications solicited, policies issued and re- 
■ newed, and 



nS 



R. €OR]«:nAlV, Agcut, 

Stillwater, M'uui. 



First Class Insurance. 

NliGARA lEMIIi;! CiPilHY 

Mo. «"y Wall St. WeAV Yorii. 

STOCK CAPITAL, ALL PAID IN, $200,000,00 

SURPLUS. 104,018,00 

LIABILATIES, NONE. 

L. G. Irving, Sec' ry. J. D. STEELB,Pre8't. 



PHCENIX FIRE INSURANCE 



6.04>0 

V 



Bu!>hclM 



"^OR s.ile, at wholesale or retail, by 



PlsMitering 

or retail, bj 



rVew Tobacco Store. 

^HE SUBSCRIBER HAS JUST OfEKED 

a new Tobacco Store on Main street, opposite 

ihe Lake House, where the choicest brands of 

Snioklns * Chewing Tobaccos, 

Cican« Siinfb, PipeSi *c» 

ean always be found, and at the lowest posai- 
^ ble living rales. 

CLOCK AND WATCH REPAIRING 
Hairy t.ponc in the best manner and at low prices. — 
ifiivcmeacalL JULIUS SANDRETZKY. 
March 10.1802 •3m2G 



Of Brooklyn, IVew York. 

CASH CAPITAL, $200,000. 

.PmLANAM Sbaw, 8ec,ry. Srapmrn CaowBu, Prea.t. 
C. W. NEUKIRCH, 

Agent for the above Companies, at the office 
of Darling k Sheffer. 

Ju[y 16, 1860— 44-tf 

^TNAINSUR ANCE COMPANY 

HARTFORD COlVIf^ 

The undersigned has been appointed Agent 
of the above Company In place of Harvey Wil- 
soir resigned, and is prepared to effect iixsur- 
anee, against loss or damage by fire, and against 
the dangers of Inland Navigation ol Lakes and 
ilivers Office at the Banking Hou.se of Dar- 
ling k Schefler on Main street,' Stillwater. 

CfiAS. SCHEFFER, Agt. 
-Aug. 22, 1861.— n50.3mos. 



mwm & TORUS, 

Offer the following Goods at the lowest ca.«h 

prices at their commodious Store Room, 

Stone Building, formerly occupied 

by Oliver Parsons, Esq., 

MAIN ST., STILLWATER, MINNESOTA. 

OUR STOCK CONSISTS OF A FULL AS 
sortroCDt of the very best Family 

Groceries and Provisions, 

EXT. STAR d: MOULD CANDLES 

and the very best of 

lAtvik Oil Chcnifcr than I^vor. 

TRON OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS ! 

AMERICAN. ENGLISH AND GERMAN .'«TKEL! 

Wrought, Finishing and Cut Nails ! 

SPIKES, BRADS, GIMP, CARPET 4 COMMON TACKS. 

HARDWARE, ALL KINDS 

r? ARMING IMPLEME-VTS— such as 

CLIPPER PLOWS, 
GRAIN CRADLES. 
SCYTHES & SNATHES, 
SHOVELS AND FORKS. 

RAKES, HOES, &c., &c., &c., &e. 

^l^IN WARE— comprising 

Milk Poiif, Tea and Coffee Pols, Dippers 
dr., dr., dr. 

Ch;;^' and Gliisswnrc — all Dcscriiilioiis. 

t^ D V V U '» ■ 

T"\OMESTI' DRY GOODS. 

Prints, De Lnines, Shirting, Sheetinp^, Dinim, 

Stripe, H>op Skirts, Shakers all size.**, 

and a thousand other articles. 

BOOTS AND SHOES 

Of the very lo-st manufacture, for ladies and 
mens' wear, and children's Copper Toeil boots 

and shoes, aluays on hand. Genuine 

STOISTE - AV^^RJ^:, 

Such as Jars, Jugs, Churns, Pans and Flow ■ 
Pots, of all sizes. 

Wash Tubs, large and small. Water Buckets, 
Bowls, Sugar and Spice Boxes, &c. kc. 

Large, medium and small Grind and Whet 
Stones, of the best 'kind. Ttie best of 

COAl OIL Al LAMPS! 

Just received, a large stock of 

Cookings Stoves! 

Without any boasting, we are happy to in- 
form our friends that we are still prepared to 
muster our Goods in sufficient force to com- 
mand ihe attention of such as may favor us with 
a call, and at the same time allow them all to 
be taken without killing a man, which is all we 
have to say in these times — except, that we al- 
low our batteries to be taken only by a large 
force of " YellmP Hot/ " regiments. 

ORDERS 

For Goods willreccive prompt and careful at- 
tention, and are respectfully solicited. 
We would like to have it distinctly understood 

THAT WE WARRANT . 

Every •Irticie Said 

COME ONE, COME ALL, 

And look at our stock. 

WESTLNG & TORINUS 

Stillwater, April 21, 1862-28-y 



MOBTftAQB JSALE. 

MOllTGAOE dated March 18th 1859, exe- 
cuted by John S. Proctor and Caroline M. 
Proctor, his wife, mortgagors, and delivered to 
Charles Beheffer, mort^gee, to soeore ikk pay- 
ment of one hundred and fifty dollars, ($16U) 
and interest, four months after date, according 
to the conditions of a certain promiMor7 DOte, 
bearing even date with said mortngip, atgoed by 
said John 6. ,Pcoctor, and payable U» the ordtf 
of Charles Schefler. Said mortgage was daly 
recorded in the office of the Refpster of Deeds 
in and for Washington county, Minnesota, on 
the 19th day of March, 1859, at one o'clock p. 
M. iu book F of mortgages, on page fil, an4 
was dtdy assigned, together with the note se- 
cured thereby, by said Charles Scheffer to El- 
mira L. CarswcU, of the city and county of Fond 
du Lac, State of Wisconsin, on the 20th 
dav of April, 1859, which said assignment was 
du* recorded in the office of the Hegistcr of 
Deeds aforesaid on the 26th day of April 1859, 
in book D of mortgages on pages 658 and 659. 
Default has been made in the payment of the 
moneys secured to be paM by said mortgage, 
and there is claimed to be due and is due on 
said note and mortgage at the date of this no- 
tice, one hundred ninety-two and 63-100 dol- 
lars, [f 192 68] and no suit or proceeding at 
law having been had or instituted for the oel- 
lection of the said amount or any part thereof. 
Notice is hereby given that by virtite of the 
power of sale in said mortgage contained and 
in pursuance of the statute in such case made 
and provided, the premises described in and 
conveyed by said mortgage, to wit: All that 
tract or parcel of land lying and being in the 
county of Washington and State of Minnesota, 
bounded and described as follows, viz • A part 
of tlie west half of the norlh-wes' (juarter of 
section No. seven, [7] in Township No. twenty- 
nine, [29] range No. twenty-one (21) west ; 
said tract of land containing twenty acres, 
more or less ; and being all of said above de- 
scribed tract lying south of the road leading 
from Stillwater to St. Paul, and liounded as 
follows, to wit: On the east and south by land 
owneil by Charles R. Gardner, on the west by 
lands owned by II. II. ii E. L. Morse, and on 
the noi ill by the road before mentioned ; to- 
gether » ith the appurtenaiiccs thereunto ap- 
pertaining — will be sold at public auction to 
the highest bidder for cash, by the Sheriff of 
said county of Washington, at his office in 
Stillwater, in said county, on the Cth day of 
August, A. i». 1802, at 10 oMuck a. m., to pay 
and satisfy the amount which shall then l>edue 
on said-note and mortgage and the expenses of 
sale. ELMIRAL. CARS WELL, 

Assignee of mortgage. 
Wm. M. McCLrER Att'v for Assignee. 
Stillwater, June 18. 1862! — 41-7. 



Lealher^ JLeatherl 

KESSLER & RIEHL, 
Importers, Tanners and Ourriera, 

ST. PAUL, MINNESOTA, 

A RE now rocrfving and will keep constantly 
J\. on hand the largest and best stock of 
Leather and Findings in the Territory — con- 
sisting of: 

Spnuis/i SoU Leatlur, 
Oiik do do 
lj>]>er Leallier, 
Hurtles* Lentlier, 
Bridle lyeat/ier, 

Toiiimco and MuJdraw, 
Morttcoo SjJifn, 

Sh'-e and Saddle Shrtiwt, 
Belt and Lace lyullwr, 
Fiet-h Calf SLhu, 
Fretu-h Kip Skuu, 
Country Ki]i Skintf 
Also a genearl assortment of all kind of 
Findings, &c., &c. 

J^~ Please call and examine our stock as we 
will not be undersold by any h«"»Be in the 
State. 

PARTICrLAP. ATTENTION PAID TO ORDERS. 
t;^ Cash paid for Hides, Furs and Deer 
Skins. KESSLER k RIEHL, 

St. Anthony St., soiilli siilc, Hflow .American House. 
St. pHul, June 25, 1868— »8lf 

1§69; 1909. 

Chnuso of Tiiiio. :»fay 5lli. 1^62. 



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RESTJitrR^jyT. 

RS. VALENTINE 



Respectfully announces to the public that she 
is in constant receipt of all the Fruits of the 
season immediately after their appearance in 
our own and the Southern markets. 

She also keeps a choice stock of Confection- 
aries. Tobaccos, Cigars, Pipes, Toys, Ac. 

0TSTBB8, SARDINES, &G., 

Receivad direct by Express, and served up in 
all styles. Meals furnished at all reasonable 
hours. 

ICI CREAM ALWAYS ON HAND. 
N. B. A room has been fitted up expressly 
for Ladies. Entrance, from Chestnut street, 
west door. June 23,-tf 



J. E. BEIXEB, M. D 

Physician and Surgeon, 



CO-PABTNEBSHIP NOTICE 

MR. CHARLES J. BUTLBR 
having become-associated with us, we 
%ill conUnuo our. present bo^iaesd under 'the 
firm namife of Carli k Co. 

CARLI BROS: 
Slillwaicr March 17, 1862. - 



CARBON OIL — 
BEST QUALITY, 
At 46 cents pergalon. 
Mavn. '"ARLI k CO. 



STILLWATER, 
June 8d, 1862. 



MINN 



38. 



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SPORTSMEN. 
Just received and receiving a complete 
outfit for the grouse season, conaistinf of Ely's 
gun capi, wads, nipples, powder, flasks, shot- 
bags, dog whips, wbistlea, kc. 

CARLI ft CO. 



TJONNBTS, RIBBONS, FLOWIBS, kc. 

Wc call partictilnr attention to our stock of 
Bonnets, Ribbons, Flowers, Ruches, Cape Nett, 
Laces for Bonnet Trimmings, Hats, Tlats, and 
Shaker pfoods. LEVY k DANIELS. 



GARDEN SEEDS, Briggs & Bro's, Roches- 
ter, just received by cxprcFS. 



LA CROSSf^ AND MILWAIKEE 

X«.JajXaXI.OAjJ. 

With its counet lions, forms the shortest, quick' 

est and only direct route to 
MTIAVAUKEE, CHICAGO. DETROIT, 

TOLEDO, PITTSBURG. N. YORK. 
BOSTON, and all POINTS e'asT k SOCTlt 



One of the Splendid U. S. Mail ."^Uaniers 
NORTHERN BELLE, KEOKUK, & MOSES 

McLELLA.V, 
Will leave St. Paul daily at 8 A. M., from wharf 
boat, loot of Sibley street, connecting at La 
Crosse ne.\t morning, (.Sundays excepted) after 
breakfast with the 6 A. M. train, arriving at 
Miiinetiota Junciien I2.H.5 Ji. M., In Milwaukee 
:it 2.o."> same afternoon, and in Chicago at 6. SO 
same evening. In time to connect with all East- 
ern and Southern trains. 

This is the ONLY ROUTE by which passen- 
gers are sure of making connections in Milwau- 
kee or Chicago the next evening after leaving 
St. Paul. 



Baj;$;n$;4> Checked Thron|srfa> 

ASK FOR TICKETS via LA CROSSE 

For through tickets to all points East and 
South, and information about freight, apply to 

C. L. Woon, St. Paul, 

D. W. Armstronc, Stillwater. 
Coon k Platv, Hudson. 

C. L. Bar.\es, Pre8«ott. 
H. T. RrMSKV. La Cros.se. 
E. H. GooORiCH, Manager, Milwaukee 
.1. M. KiMBAi-L, Gen. Tick. Agt. Milw. 
W. W. Wit SOX, Gen. Passenger Agt., St. Paul 
Stillwater, May 24, 1«62. 



EOR SA^LE! 

I^HE Dwelling and Lot 10, Mock 20, 
Hcdcombe's Addition, adj< ining Lilly 
Lake, for $2itO — one-fourth cash, and the bal- 
ance in three annual paymcn-s. Also, 

ao .A.GVG& ZjCtZl-Cl. 

Situate on the St. Paul road, pcing part of the 
w ^ of nw J section 7, town 29, range 81 west, 
adjoining the land owned by Chas. R. Gardner, 
for?l."jO,00 — oue-forth cash and balance OB 
time at 7 per cent, interest. 

Apply to L. R. Carswcll, Janesrille', Wis., or 
to C. H. Neukirch, with Daiiing k Scheffer. 

May 26,1862. « 4w 



MINNESOTA HOUSE, 

ON MAIN AND OHCSTNUT 8T8., STILLWATER. 

U. SIE8ENTHALER, PROPIETM. 

THIS LONG ESTABLISHED HOUSE HAS 
been aewly re-fitted throughout in good 
style, ana convenient to.the Stermboat Land- 
ing. Charges as nodenrte as any Hotel in the 
city. April tl, 1861— 8m 



LANTERNS — 
FOR COAL OIL, 



. ^4 

al 

Without a chimney — a capiUl article, and ,| 
cheap, by CARLI k CO. ^ 

pOAL OIL LAMPS, CHIMNEYS k SHADES 4 

In great variety and tt the very lowest prices, 
by CARLI* CO. 

— -* ■ — ; . 

VV^ALIi PAPERS. 

Call and Uke a look at the select patterns ol 
Wall Papers. - LEVY 4 DANIELS. 



s 



ECOND SUPPLY 



Of Bonnets, Flats, Ribbons, Flowers, Ruches 
and white and colored shaker ho6d8, at 

IdlTT -k DADULS'i. 



TTTALX PAPER, WINDOW SHADES, 
VY AND riJmTRER, 

Jui^t lereircd and for sale lower than ever, bf 

CARLI A: CO 



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VOLUME 6. 



Be Ju»t, and fear not^^I^et all the en ds thfm aim si at, be thy eou nf ry «, thy God^s, and Trulh^H.^^ 

— — ::: z -1^' - /*sfv^ ~~ " 

STTLLWATElt, MINNESOTA, TUESDAY, AUGUST<^ 1862. ^________ 



NUMBER ^ 



Stillwater" MESSENGER C^f PifSScngcL 



A. J. VAN VORHES, 
EDITOR AND PUOrRlETOR 

An aJditional chtrme of ttfty 



Saturday, August 23, 1862. 



U rarul»bed to mb^cribtr^ for two dollars per yearjf __ 



From Baton Kouk«.'. 

PARTICULARS or THE LATE BATTLK 

Lewis Whit- 



Tlie transport sleatiu-r 
man ran 
miles abci 



Letter Froai Parson BroMrnloi«\ 

From bin ktterto the Nash\ille Union. 

UncA, N. Y., Augu-^f;, 1862. 
I have canvassed the entire North, and 



FRO^n THE Fli^lM§tJLA. 



Harri9on'*8 Landing E vacualed. 



.ve New Orleans, on the night ''^^j.-^^^ ^^ \^^ Northern mind, i >"g '^«^;«'^"^^«^,^^^ 



THE SOKG OF THE PEIHTEE- 



Pick and click 
Goes the type ia the stick, 
As the printer stands at liis case ; 
His eyes glance quick, and his fingers pick 
The type at a rapid pace ; 
ithout a struggle, with- | j^^^ j,^^ ^y one as the letters go, 

slow- 




1 ye«r 
One column, S months, 

.» •» 8 

•4 «• 1 year, 

Bnalness c»r<U. S Uncs or lest, ] .vear, 
,k 44 44 fc* »^ 6 inontna* 



sa 00 

80 00 

i(\ 00 

|« <M> 
4 00 
8 UO 



of provisions for the starving inhabitants | ten re-,'iments 

^ ... I j,,,,,,.^ the enemy were repulsed 



ah '11^ the river 



Dt^ptayed »dvertis«nent 
rates. 



DR. DE MONTREVIIiUB, 



On arriving at Landry's 

plantation, the boat was fired on by the 

rebels from the shore with a howitzer and 

vav.r,i««ent. n^t ...^^^t. the copy lor a -i.e.-.nc small f.eld'peices. This is a fair ilUistra- 

ri^:'oi°'::;l::rn:;^^u:vS^ro;a::^'o^^ tion of the manner in wlneh rebels be- 

"V:^^::^^^^'l^^''^^^ charged tor ecu tray thfir atTeetions for t'.-.e hand that 

^'•;ir/^.r.d*'Xnl"re;t:\uvarlal>.y charged extra ' feeds them. 

— At Brighton, Iowa, on the llth, a 
man named A. Landebaugh was taken in 

D lli >s ^XX^S^*^ ^ 'meeting to raise volunteers, aii<l for 
S T I L L W A T K K. MI N N-. ; cheering f..r Jeff. Davis and the Sonth- 
, b nr ' em C.ntederaey, and a great deal of oth- 

aionAlly. I thizers pitched in and re.scued the man, 

May' 26, 1861^37^ | ^^.j^^.^^ jj,^ jj, „^g Guards turned out and 

' "h. F. NOYES, M. D-. arrested five of the rescuers and sent 

5>I}7i5*JrjliVi'ii\i'ii3^^-'^^-^^^-^' '(•^•"» under the charge of the sheriff to 

OFFICE ill iI..lc..mi...-\H L-v ^I'^'y^"!''*- 1 Davenport. It is getting t.. be dangerous 
inj:. ^up .uir... M*'^"*^':!;',!;:™;;:;! ,. ,.« . ,r:ut,.r and live N<,rth. 



After a tight of 1""^ . . .^^^ in'the old Tn^'ed States. They 

! have sworn that thiv govetn«nent shall 




Gen. Williams was killed by a rifle j 
ball through his che.st during the battle. | 

Our foicetf were obli;;ed to move 
about a <iuarter of a mile from their orig- . 
iiKil p'>siti<.n, and the eii.-niy were able , 
temporarily to occupy the eamps of the 
Twenty -first an.l .Svventh Vermont, au.l 
the Fourteenth Maine Htgimeiits, and , 
to destroy much of their baggage »»J|- ft'l 
e.iuipage. They were, however, ^f-^^^j 
' ^j ...... 



striko tents, provide six days' rat.ons, 
and be ready to move at a mt.ment s 
notice, at l» o'clock at night. The whole 
,ji vision arrived at the wharf and ein- 



never be divided, and that this country 

>hall never know b,.t one S'^'^^'-^^'l^'l^^'^'^-r^^^^i^ on steamers, and left the 

a.,d tl.t shall bo the government of the , l^,^^;.;;;!^^.';!^.,:, during Ihe night for 

'"t' r^nt ordee.fa draft by the Aquia.^reek. asjs sup^.ed. 



president, for oOO,000 more, meets with 
the tiithusiastio approval of old and 
voung, in all dircctit)ns, and the only re- 
have 



At Fortress Monroe orders were giv- 
en that no more vessels loaded with sup- 
plies should proeeed farther 



Ft)r- 



,) Main ntrcet. Stillw 
Minne^ta. residence, eorn-r of Chory and to be a traitor aiu 



camp ... 

driven out, but our numbers being 
mueh b'ssened by sieknet<.s, the men on 
the field being mueh exhausted by fa- 
tigue and heal, it w;is not deemed expe- 
dient to pursue. 

The enemy has retired several miles 
and is still retiring. 

I am expecting ills possible they may 
receive reinforcements, and 1 am dispos- 
iu<» of my troops in the slrongi-st [tosi- 

tions. 

Our force engaged were less than 
twentv-tive hundred, and the enemy had 



lion. 



Fourth streets. 

~~"Wm. M. McCLUER, 



I'p to the present time more than 

fourteen thousand residents ol tlieelly of 



, 1 • ,1 ,f tiess Monroe; and on Wednesday ten 

hearl expressed is, tliat i i'^='=>/^'^'^' "" ' , f.,v,^n,niv 

-. 1 1 r ru >i> 1 ilrtv.1 rations were sarved to the ainn, 
not ordered a draft of half a mil- «ay«» rations c ..,<i;npss to 

which was required to be in leaoiness lo 

move at an Iwur's notice. On Thurs- 
day the army commenced evacuating. — 
All the seige guns were removed trom 



The men taken from these Northern 
and Middle States, are not even missed 
bv these States. Kverythhig is prosper 




,, . ■ ,- ,1 .f ,1,, 1 uas it f'ener.ally understood that the 
rious points-all comg to show \ '^ . ^^ « Xle aiC was nbout to evacuate Ilar- 
rovernment is m earne.st,-terribly m wnoicaimy w.« 

nsons Landing. 

On Thursday night fifty sail vessels 



hull break ; 
f's might, 
Or l.-eble its strength in a rightous figlit. 
Yet the type they look but leaden and dumb, 
As he puts them in place with finger and ! 
thumb : i 

But the prhiter smiles, 
And hi.< work beguiles i 

By chanting a song as the letters he piles, I 

With pick and click, 
Like the world's chronometer, tick ! tick ! tick • 

0' vficre k tie man icilJi. mch simple tods 

Can (/ovnii tkf. icorld Me 1 ! 
With a jirintinff prest, an irmi stick, 

Ayida lUthhaden die, 
Wi'A apfrperofichite, and i?it of black, 
I mpporl the Jiigkt, and the Hrwicc attack. 

Sav, where is he, or who may he be, 
That eau rival the priatei's power ? 

To no monarchs that live the wall dovh he give, 
Their sw.iy lusts only an hour ; 

While the printer still grows, and God only 
knows 
When his might shall cease to tower I 



4 TTOliN'r.V KM) colNSKII.* 'H AT New York have file.l at the county clerk's 
iV LAW. titheein Murdoek Bros l^lotl^' , (.{fiee claims of exemption, from various 



rhe^tuut street, Sjlillwater, Miiii.e^ia. 

L. E. THOMPSON, 



Atlomev and rounsellor at Law. , " wiUing to ki:i. but yet afraid to f.gi.t, " 

■ r,,.... Lv • PI ni-k- M \1N- ' short sight, weak legs, bad kid.ieys, a^l 
.r^r^^z-vLr to". It is considered that the '-Exempt 



asthi'.ia, non-citi/eiiship, .laek ralstalnsin, ' 




Influence of Fewralcs. 



A 



S. S. MURDOCK 

TTOllNKY X ClNSr.I.I.* U .\T I.A^V 
Stillw.tter, Miune-ota. 



Collection- uiud. 



ftud rouullances promptly returt.ed. 

Z — > ^ ^ ■• rT">. '^ A ^T . 



Brigade " will be very numjrous. 

The famous Ma.>'sachusctts Sixth 

re"iment has atrain d.-termined to volim- 
_ teer for the nin»^ months call. It was 

\tfornev and < ou»*«lloral law- 

Uain .<i.eet, .<oiK-attr, Arr!ie3"tJ. .,^1^.,, i!,e national e:»pitt.l was threittei»4!'t 

July 19th, 1859. ____J!i"iL- 1 by the rebrls. 



I sustain tlie government td the e, nited 
! States. I kiiowjhe o//i/ni of t!ie rebel- 



ureeMiii iiij^i, "" ••••^ "-"•• •••■'-•7 - 
permission in writing to bury his de 
Col. Cahill replied : " Our men are 



gaged in 



lion, and h\ff^ the nrif/inntors ; and 
nothiii" sliAm'and old fashioned ortho- 
do\ hell, tl^burna with fire and brim- 
.stone, will reward them adequately for 
their service I 



WM. r. MASON, 

srecEssa to wm. ;iv.-i.ktt. 
W!iols?3ale Knd Ueiuil dealer in 



delivered themselves to us as prison 
ers of war. I have also thirty eaptured. 
Breckinridge, «.n the Oth inst., asked 

dead, 
plied : " Our men are en- 
the work, whieh will .soon Vie 
accomplished.' 

A passenger from I'.aton Rouge states 

that our loss is seventy killed and two 

hundred and fifteen wounded. Oen. 

Williams had three hoi s.s .-'liot under 

this re<'imer.t that cut its wav llii'>i'gh i him : he was kill'd wliiL-t rallying the . . w cu;. 

■ ' Twe.itv.fiist Indiana, w l.. . had just lost a [ tated to v.du.teer ^« the defense of their 

field i.ie--. 'Lie gun was leuik.n, but^^^^jji^^y . 
Gen. Williams fell. ' Hereafter, when the Union shall have 

The woundtd are about as follows: — 
Twenty-first Indi4ana !^1, Fourteenth 
Maine'TU, Lourth Wi^eonsin lu, Sixth 
Michigan 25, Seventh Vermont 15, 



It is better for you to pass an evening | 



Bow Kf HUT David utted a 9lave 
I of the JGnemy a« a Scoitft. 

There is another book of wars which 
our generals would do well to study 
along with Hardee's Tacties. Soin'e of 
theriT who have so nearly apotheosized 
the slave that they dare not use the sa- 
cred thing in warfare, might be reliove^i 
in their consciences by an example ffvini 
Holy Writ. The Amalekites had inva- 
ded Judah, burned the city of Ziklag,ami 
carried the women and children away 
captives among them David's two wive«/ 
The King inquired of the Lord and ob- 
tained permission to punsuethe invade.-.>» 
with his army. While on the march hw 
found an Eir'yptian slave who had lain 
tiiree days and three nights on the field, 
having been left sick l>y Wis* master, otw 
of the retreating Amalekites. But 
so far from turning this deserted slave 
out of the lines and proclaiming ao '* Or- 
der No. 3," IJavid gave hiir. bi ead and 
water and tigs, and raisins to revive \»j 
famished spirit, and tU-n questioned 

him : 

" Cav.'t you brnig inc Jo^f d Jo tl»w 

company ^" , ,. ^ 

And he said, ** 9w«iar unto me by God 
that thou wilts neither kill me, nor deliv- 
er me into the hinds of my rmas'er, and I 
will bring thee down to this company. " 
David took the oath, and the slave 
led him down to the camp of the enemy 
who were catiug and drinking and danc- 
iiRg over thc> s'xX-ofj and tl*«ir spoils. 
And David smote thenifior» morning 
till night, and not one escaped except 
four hundred who (led on caitiels. The 
captives and all the spoils were regain- 
ed and the flocks and herds of the enemy 
jweiv driven off. All oi this will be 
1 found in the thirteenth chai)ter of first 
I Samuel, from which let us learn that the 
slaves will not join our side in the ^reat 



U IS oet or 101 ->'" "*-"■; ".V;-^^feivil war until we swear unto 
cnce or twice m a lady s dr.twii g loon , 



Who will not YoUiHlecr? 

We clip the followiiig from the Bos- 
ton Journal, and commend it to the at- 
tention ol all who have refused or.hesi- 



— The Israelites of Chicago, in barely 
thirty-si.\ liouiV time, enlisted a com- 

y^tik'ii'^ ^SkX^^ ib'^^^'S* !?•'">■ ri'Ji«-'h»ng beyond the imiximnm, «>r I thirtieth Massachusetts 12, Nineteenth 
*"** ^ a.:b9:d j.raliant strong armed, stout-hearted men, Connecticut -2. ^ ^ ^^ 

'^^^ example by contributions, their earnest 

work .ind their heartv encouragement of 



uid renewed Iroin tins 
how will tlK>se delin- 






• m 
til, 



E. AMES, 

be paid tobusinesiofbi. j.-oK-.i u n. 'H I"^>- 
ot" the Slate. ^ 

' VAN VORHES, 

GENERAL LAND AGENT, 

A\'1IL select laud for Kiuijrr^ut*. l.oeuie 
V > Laud Warruiiis, and secure pieempnon 
claims, and attend to uU business conneeted 
with a General L.nd Agenev. Oflicc opposite 
the Post Office. 

M. S. WILLARD, 
F u R X I T I K i: i> i: A L 1: K, 

if-lin Sti-Mt, SiilJ>c,iter, ifinnftota. 

1^ LEG ANT, M><lium and Plain Household 
!j Furniture, MatlraJrJc.s, Looking Glasses, ie. 



recruiting. In two days the Israidites have 
paid ill over §ll,OuO in a day and a half 
have raised more than a company and 
mnstciVd it in; in one day t!ic ladies 
have subscribed for and made a l>caat!- 
ful fiat;. Can any town, city or Suite in 
the North show an equally good two 
days" work \ The Concordia Guards 
have our best wishes. 



Among the prisoner.i is <Te 
len, Mississippi, mortally. 



neral Al- 



A VillHffo Oeslroyed. 

New Vouk, Aug. 19. 
There was recently a village named 



risen redeemed 

l.aptism of bloo.i, how will tlK>se deiin- 
,,utnts feel? Will Uiev w;.nt to rehearse 
to their children any of the slii-ring pas- 
s.airos ol this drama which will then have 
almost superseded in interest the story 
of the Kevolution of '75! " Did ww 
ever see a battle ? " " W hat part of the 
^" '• What ' a mill- 



the final departure of the land forces, 
acted as picket.s, and a strong rear guard 
of infantry and artillery was placed to 
protect the baggage train. 

The sick and wounded who remained 
in the "different hospitals were placed on 
the rejinlar steamers belonging to the 
Sanitary Commission, at long wharf, and 
were among the first to move out into 

the stream. 

Contrabands were shipped on barges, 
schooners and pontoon boats. 

(ien. MeClellan and most of his stiff 
went by land, 

Suve^ihelPlace'* for Theui. 

The Bo»t(»n Joitrnid thus notices a 
new movement in that city : 

'•We are glad to learn that the mer- 
chants of this city are moving in the 
matter of enrolling the young men m 
their employ to go to the war, by prom- 
ising them their situations on their re- 
turn. 'J^he citv has been districted, and 
we rejoice to leatn from the gentleman 
who canvassed W'ashington street, from 



them that 

... ,.„■:«.,.;.„, is slow and we will not return them to their masU-rs, 

even though the conversation is siow, anu 
YOU know the girl's song by heart, than 
in a club, tavern or the pit of a tlieater. 
All amusements of youth to which vir- 
e not admitted, rely on 



tuous women are 

it, are deleterious to their nature. A 1 

men who avoid female society have dull 



Who Is :najor Scott? 

»rom the Tru. DclUi, Ji'g 'i 

A gentleman np town, who, the other 

day, missed his "boy," learned lliat the 

lad was at Carrollton. He at once re- 

red to the headquarters of Ociu 




spiring to a yokel •, 

charms fl^? a blind man ; music does not 

please a poor beast who does not know 

one tune f-rom another ; but as a t.-ue _ ^^^^^ ^ ^ 

''^''^''••U'SnXad'^d'la::^,ijwiUi him. as he did not know tl. n.ad 

whole night I and paths. 



said the general—" the negroes are oVer 
yonder; if vour boy is there he can go 
with vou, if he wishes. " The gentl«ma»v 



sauce, 



protest I can not sit lOr a \ 
ialkina to a well rcLnilated kindly wom- 
ab'^out her girl Fanny, or her boy 



an ar 



is not alone in do- 
Louisiana, on the :.Iis>issippi River, 8-J , ,.„.^tic circles that the heavy penalty of 
mils above New Orleans, having be- ' ,„.esent recreancy will have to be paia. 
come infested with rebel gu.-rriUas who j yVe may be sure that r.creafter, m poii- 
ol firiii'.: upon Cnion ^ i„.s in i>usiness and in the regards of 
" ■ ■ ■ ' distinction wil 



army were vou m . , 

ion of soldieVs cidled for, and yon not go ; y^.^f^^rd to Franklin street, that m no 
.,t all— why?" Who wi.shes, in his ' ^.^g^. jid he meet with a refusal to. sign 
to face a bat tcrv of such] if but on tlie other hand, many wlio 



declining years, 



L)onaldsonville, formerly the capital of | ,juestions? But it 



maJe .1 !"'siiieS3 



BANKER AND BROKER, 

I;^XCnANGK ON NF.W YUKK, ST. LOUIS, 
^ bought and sold. 

Collections made promptly, reuutled less 
currant rate of exchange. 



40 



RUDOLPH LEHMICKE, 

^ttotutu tit CaU>. 

* AM) 
Office in Holcombe's Block, Stillwater, Minn. 



— Thuilow W. Seward, a son 
reta'-y Seward, who enlisted sis a private 
a few weeks ago, has been honorably 
discharged from the service, to enable 
him to raise a company. 

— The grand wr»rk of recruiting for the 
Fnion army has been commenced in 
Mississippi, by General Daniel S. Bo.s- 
well.of Corinth,Mississippi,whosc county 
Tishamingo, gave one thousand eight 
hundred majority for the Union when the 
secession ordinance was submitted to the 
people, and who was expatriated for his 
loyalty to the Union by the arch traitor 
Jeff. Davis. The General has been an- 
theoized by the War Department to 
raise and command a volunteer brigade 
SIGN C A fi li I A G E j of infantry in Mississippi, to serve for 
* ' * three years or during the war, each regi- 

ment to consist of ten companies, with 
the usual number of line and staff t.ffi- 
cers. 




siirned it cxprcssi'd their earnest and 
heartv good wi«hes for the success of the 
moVL'meiit, and in some cases tl>ey offer- 
ed to advance the salaries of these young 
men, or make them a present of a good 
sum of money. This movement ought 
to frivo ns a regiment for the city of Bos- 
ton during next week." 



rcii rem 

of Sec- ! Donaldsonville was 
tire. 



obliterated 



I 



The St. Cloud Democrat publishes the 



CJen. Slone at Utoerty. 

New Yoi;k, Aug. 19. 
The Times says, we learn that Col. 
Chas. r. Stone, U S. A. and Brig. Gen. ■ . ^^ ^^.^ ■„, 
of Vols, who has been for many months ___| 



sense require that this should be so.— - f^,!!^,^^.-,,,^ ^^tract from one of the captive 
Whai, the country in imminent peril 
and saved only by the blood of thou- 
sands, yet those who turned their backs 
upon her to be regarded as well as those 



who ran every risk in her service ]— 
NeviT I Let no young man delude him- 



officers of the Third Kegiment. The au- 
thor, we presume, is Capt. C. C. An- 
drews, of St. Cloud. It gives the facts 
already known of the surrender at Mur- 
frcesboro, and says : 

A majority of officers voted to surren- 
confined in Fort Latavette, is at liberty \ |>io»eH«ns with llic :^u«c Band* j der at 2^ o'clock p. m., before the rqii- 
and stopping with his familv in this city. iu the Army. ment had a chance to h re once, we 

It not being^'certain whethJr Gen. Stone i^-^e New York i/e/aW'*- correspond- had four pieces of artillery to support 
was or w.as not guilty when imprisoned, ^^^^ ^.^^^^^ (.^^^^ p^p^.^ J^rmy writes as fob ! us. Lieutenant Colonel Gnggs, C.apt. 
his dischar;;e untried 



Frank, and like the evening s enterwin- 
ment. One of the great benefits a man 
may derive from woman's society '.», 
that he is bound to be respectful to her. 
Our education makes of us the most 
eminently selfish men in the world.— 
We fi'^ht for ourselves, we push lor our- 
selvestwe push for ourselves, we push 
for ourselves, we yawn for otirsejves, 
we light our pipes and say we vron t go 
out; we wefer ourselres a.id our ease; 
and 'the greatest tfcat eon>e9 to a man 
from a woman's society is, that he has 
to think of somebody to whom he is 
bound to be attentive and respectful,— 
Thackeraif. 



•Certainly, "said tSie general, 
"Orderly, call Major Scott,'' Presontly 
the major presented himself, and the gen- 
eral instructed him to conduct the gentle- 
man to the negro camp^and assist him in 
fmdhig his "boy," and say to the boy that 
he had his (the generars) permission to 
return to his master. Thereupon th« 
major spoke— "General, I am the "boy" 
the gentleman is in search of. I dO not 
want to return." " This is all I can do, 
observed the general. The droll part of 
this incident is that the general waa igno- 
rant of the fact that the gentleman \*as 
Scott's master. The major h»» itttherto 
been known in darkey circles as a great 
orator ; is now known as "Major Scott, 
of the IMackguards." Queer thingshav-o 
come out of secession. 



throws a teartu 
responsibility upon the Government. 



ent 
lows 



WEBSTER A. BKOTHKR- 

jIOUSE 

AND OR^'AMEyjAL rAlMERy. 

lavINING, GI.A21NO, MAHBUNG, AND P.\PER- 

It U*nging. SJi.>P on Second street South of Chcilaut 
Stillwater. March 22. IttSO. 



Gieat indignation is manifested at the 

~ Z~~. mm * -■■ ' letion of Congress in dispensing with 

.llorsan Reported at ■Iu«t.v.lle..acUonjt^^L^^^.^^^_^^^ L . 



Mnsie is the 



N\SHViLiE Auir. 18.— [Special to 1 f,reat,est alleviation of a soldier's hard- 
' - IT .Ml- c. . ., • •.-.,. t..„ ^f i,ur 



Foster, Capt. Holt, Lieut. Taylor, com 
manding company H, and myself were 
the only ones in flivor of fighting. At 
the balllot, however, only three votes 
were cast against surrendering— Capt. 
Foster and Lieut. Taylor being for the 
minute absent. The men wanted to tight 



A 



HOLLIS R. MURDOCK, 

TTORNEY AND COrxSELLoK AT LAW 
and General Agent, Stillwater, Minnesota, i P^rliment, says 



Herald.]— 'V\w train from Huntsvillc | sh,ps, and the inspiring notes of ou 

was fired into to-day near C.lumbia ; a ; bands have done more toward keeping 1 •■■■•■— —-r-^^^ that they 

woman and child killed and two of the ; ^.p the spirit and an>biti.'n ot ^ tne j-egi- j -^ ^^ ^ ,^,,f allowed to 



The men actually 
tears on account of the surrender. 



lor. 



—The Queen, in a speech proroguing 
" The civil war which 



Stillwater, April 3u, 1861. 



n33. 



Mowe's Standard Scales. 

KOR SALE DY 

Vandervoort, Dickerson k Co., 

Tin PUte Wan-hoM*^, 

N'r.3. 199 & 2oI Randolph street 
Chieacro. \Vei<<h out of Level 
Xo "check R<h1s. All fric- 
tion received on Balls. 52-ly 




for some time has been raging in Amer- 
ica has unfortunately continued in una- 
bated intensity, and the evils with whieh 
it has been attended have not been con- 
fined to the American continent, but her 
Majestv, having from the outset deter- 
mined to take no part in the contest, has 
seen no reason to depart from the neu- 
trality which she has steadUy adhered 
to." 

— .\ dispatch from Washington to the 

n^RLI VQ * SCUEFFER. Chicago Tribnt^e, says that tr.K.ps under 

gTift^wATER, :::::: = : MINNESOTA | the ncw cflU are already reaching their 

Dealers in Exchanae, Coin, and Uncurrent L^stination at the rate of over 5000 per 

DrafUfor «le on the'^Ertern Citiesand Europe, day. Within the present week the dai- 

KEYEs A. PARtiMol [cHARtKS scHErvKR. ; \y numbcr will be largely increased. 



Kentuekv 3d regiment. 1 ments than any other means that coiild 

The rebel forces arc reported to have | have been employed. A smglc ^^"^^"^^ I g^^^^ "we "are politely treated. The 
evacuated Chattam.oga :ind are n^aklng , ob.servation in one <.t our divisions would ,^^^;^ ^ ^^^^^^^^ ^^^^^^ ^^.^ are, men as 
a Northern movement. ^ „ . i convince any man ot the utili y ot these gentlemen in behav- 

No houses were burned at Gallatm I bands." Kegimetits without them are al- , ^^^'^ '^ «'"^ ' *» 
by Moi-.'an The Union refugees from „iost invariably iuferi.-r to those more 
Gallalin° arrived to-day are content to I f^^rtunate, both in drill and discipline, 
here awaiting" the issues of : the men seeming to lack that spirit re- 

Iquisitefor every emergency which, dis- 

Communicatlon will be soon restored ! jrui^e it is as you may, can only be fully 

between Nashville and Louisville. developed by the cliccrmg strains ot our 

national airs. 



remain 
events 



Exchange, Bankiiiu and Collection 



From Port Royal. 

New York, Aug. IL— Advices from 
Port Hoyal state that the negro brigade 
has proved a failure, and has been dis- 
banded. 



Brave Solpieks.— The heroism of 
! American Vclunteers is proven by acts 
of daring unsurpassed in any nation's 



The New York Commercial hears that 
(he ranks of the Society of Friends have | $440 
received largo accessions lately from 
young men who, until a week ago, were 
ns more than lineal descendants of wor- 
thy members of that profession. The 
approaching draft of course has nothing 
to do with it. 



Who was He?— a capital story is 
told of an old larmef in the northern 
part of this countv, who had been "sav- 
in" up" to take up a mortgage of $2,000, 
h»dd against him by a man nearer the 
seashore. The farmer had saved up all 
the money in gold, fearing to trnst the 
banks in these war times. W^eek before 
last, he lugged down his gold and paid 
it over, when the following colloquy en- 
sued : . ^, . 

" Why, you don't mean to give this 
$2,000, in gold, do youl" said the lend- 

" Yes, certainly, " said the larmer, 1 
was afraid of the pesky banks, and so 
I've been saving up the yellow boys tor 
you this long time." 

"All right," responded the lender, 
" only I tlfought you did'nt take the pa- 
pers, that's all." . 

" Take the papers ! No sir ; not I. 
They have gone on so since the war s 
been agoing on that I won't have one of 
the d— lish things about. But the money 
is all right, isn't it 1 " 

" Yes, all right, $2,000 m gold. AU 
right ; here's your note and mortgage. 

And well he might have called it 
right, as the premium on gold that day 
was 22 per cent, and his gold v.as not 
only worth the faoo of his bond but 

40 besides, enough to have paid K>r 
his village newspaper for himself and 
posterity for at least three centuries 
joffys to'take the newspaper, '^"- 
Gazelte. 



iJow IT IS BoRNK.— It is gtrarigfe hovr 
differently a deep trouble shall effect 
different persons. One cries aloud for 
sympathy, with outstretched hands of 
anguish. Another clasps the hands 
tiohtly over the poisoned arrow to con- 
c^l it from all eyes, and silently dies of 
the pain. Another affects jollity, aud 
rushes wildly from one excitement to 
another, hoping for nothing, caring for 
nothing, save never to be left one mo- 
ment alone with his misery. Which of 
these is the greater sufferer, God and his 
own soul only know. To fly is not al- 
ways to shun. He who placing a oliair 
for Misery accepts him for an ineviUble 
truest, and goes on with his ordinary em- 
5h)y ments all the same as if he were not 
there, stands the surest cliance to bo rid 
of him, or grow indifferent to his unwel- 
come presence. To all, however, it is 
not given to do this; but at l©a«t even 
for Ihem there cometh an end to all things. 
— Fasnv Fekk. 



It 

Korwalk 



Albert Pike has resigned the oflice of 
Brigadier General in the rebel army, but 



♦ ♦ »■ 



—The bearing and skill of Major Gen 
eral Banks in the battle of Saturday are 



New Wheat.— Mr. G. A. Beirel8,of 
the town of LeUay, brought to the Man- 
kato mill, on Tuesday last, a load of new 
wheat, which would class as No. 1 in 
any market in the world. It was a win- 
ter variety, and weighed 66^ pounds tc^ 
the measured bushel.— An«A-a.'o Inde- 
pendent. 

Satan's address to the fallen angels— 
Kicks, come arouse ! 



The Grenada Appeal of the 1 1th con- 
tains along account of the Baton Rougo 



Nov. 22, 1858. 



E VST «SC ID-A-ITTTJI'S have 
1^ in store a large variety ot \ idi*- ? Pret? 



history. Constant evidence is being 
A fugitive contraband at Port lloyal ! presented of this fact, 
stated that there were only 2,000 rel.els j ^ ^ j., ^,,^ gp^vice rebates the - ^ , 

at Savannah. He also said that the Ram | p" . } no action had been taken on it at last 

floating battery of little pow- , ^'H''^ '"S • ^ ,^ ^^^^^ ! .^^counts. In presenting it, however, he 

absolute and unconditional, and 

there no other circumstances to com- 
- . pel mv -resignation, the ruin of my private af- 

,.1 ^ ,,„ 7 I V,a,,rlftfred left hat.d, minus one of its fin- 1 fairs, the helpless condition of mv family, ana 

Who are the most dishonest people ? ^^^V'f ^S^-"^ '^ « "-^ ; ^^. , „ .. ^^^^ | \^ ;„„ „„fi,'„,„ for active service on horse- 

Hardware merchants ; they sell iron and | gers. ^^ W Ik 1 e ar.^ ou^,, ^.^g ^^^,^ ^^^^ ^^^^ ^^^^,^ ^^^^ .^ imperatively necessary. 

steel for a living. j ^.^^^ '^^^^ ^^^^^ disabled." " Can't, ehl" 



;i:=»iu;;p,Uu,.eH..e.,e,™pB;„,h.,.»..V^^.c^^ 




" Banks," savs the dispatches, " was on repulse 
the field throughout the action and con- 
stantly under fire. His handling of his 
troops and personal gallantry are highly 
:i-j V... v,\^ s^nfit^ors.'' The oraisc doe 



three hundred men. In a partial list of 
the rebel killed and wounded are si.v 
field and company officers killed and 



nraisedby his officers." The praise does jncK 

not surprise us. Banks is no humbug, thirteen wounded. Aniong the ki ilea 

He is a genuiue man. Ke is a succeas-l^re Gen. Charles Clark, of MtssiM.pp., 



—Indiana claims to have sent the first 



forward" ranidlv, "vou! Many physicians differ from Shaks- 
,• T .. .J ii-u. i;u« i Ti„ Ko,i r^of■mneA on a monument 



reg 

300,000 volunteers 



' ' - I .-their s sre under them 



iment under the President's call for nitnre . , 

Us about nil thp tune |, . 1. too 



Ke is a success 
ful man. He has succeeded excellently 
and eminently in everything he hr.s ever 
undertaken. He is a strong, brave, 
quick, sagacious, live man. W e have 
faith in W\m— Louisville Journal. 



are 

Col. Allen, and Capt. Alexander T-nid, 

Mrs. Lincoln's brother, 

"Mother," said Ike Partington, " did 
you know that the 'ir(»n horse" has but 
one ear ! " " One ear ? Merciful gr.icionR 



\U recruits who enlist in the old 

re-riments will be discharged when the ; child what do yon mesn 
^ments ar. mustrrrrd on^ of .crvice. 1 engm ear. oi rour^ 



Whv. the 



r 



\ DEFECTIVE PAGE 



• > 
-I 



1 



STILLW'ATI'IU MlilSSEMllllR. '""M"^-' LuCVossc, .i:c., ull uf «hioh an- discliargeofimiskctry ami artillery. As 



A.J. VA!\ VGRHES, EDITOR. 

— . -- *: 

■♦ ♦ ♦ 

Tuesday, \\im\ 26, l^fi-2. 



accepteu. 



KROM A. J. VAN VOKHKS. 
FuKT RtotiLET, Aug. lilst, 1852, a. m. 
On yesterday I sent you by messen- 
ger a full account of afliiirs at this place ci-pt that the eMoiny was in strong (urce 



to the strength and loss of the enemy, all 
is conjecture. I'icket guarJs an J scouts, 
cstiniule the number Inrking about at 
one thousanJ. Of the correctness (^i this 
estimate, I have no means of judging, e.\- 



anJ vicinity ; but fearing the messenger j "'"^ '>'a«J^ ^^'^ attack with courage and 

' letermination 



was cut i>tV, who also boro important dis- o^'tei 
patches to headouarlers, I will briefly re- I'^hell 



What the elFect ofuur 
s inav have been we of course d*^) 



FOR RFI»RF«>F\TATIVK TO rONCRF!**! | 

IGNATIUS DONNELLY. 

uf DakoiaCuimii. P*' 

. I capitulate before proceeding to detail the ! ""t know, as the Indian mode of warfare 

Extra $««M»ii of lHo rcui^lalitrc ■'"-•portant events of yesterday at\er- j '^ invariably to carry their dead and 
f';tlU'«l. noon. j wounded from the field when possible, 

Pirorlamatlon by the Gorernor. [ ,n.^.j nutdetail the horrible butelieries a"^ our strength was not half suHicient to 
Whcieud, ii liaj bceu npreseuted to me by <jt the I'pper and LoMer Sit.ux Agencies, \ pursue the foe when driven from tlieir 
petitions itoiu t'.iflVieut parts of the Sute,nu- ^^ y^^,^^. ^^-j^ j^^^^j throu<'hout this entire ' various points. Many were seen to fall, 



Indians all around me, but see none. I 
am making some entrenchments. I am 
sure that all above is lost, and all the 
people killed. 1 have found a spear at 
one of the houses sacked, about 8 miles 
from here, which is tnqnestionably Yank- 
ton : also a saddle, the ordinary pads 



found in the following letter from .1. (.". 
Bur bank & Co. : 

St. PAUt. AiG. 22, 1862. 
KUlor of PrcHt. 

Deau Sir : — We understand there is 
a report on the street to-day that our 
present Indian difiicnlties arose partially 
on account of the Indian Superintendent's 



ornamented with beads. This leads me withholding the annuity mouey for tho 



to believe that it is the Indians flom the 
Missouri that .attend the payments who 
are doing the mischief. There may, how- 
ever, be u general rising. 

If you can come this way, do so, and 
we can co-operate. We are but 18 miles 
from the Fort, and can go there, if nec- 



nierou.-<Iv siynol, tliat the disturbed conJition 



region, as you have already been atl vised 



of our westcra frontier — hundreds of uien, -i i i -i 

women and children havinj already b^en I ^'* ^''^ ^^^''^'^ J^'^a''^' 

.^bughtored by the Sioux Indiana, and tntire When the party accompanying Mr. 

counties deix.pulatvd by tho panic thu.-^ cnal- Wycotfto make the annual payment to 

vd •.—with tlie ncee.ssity under which the State j},^. Indians, arrived at this place on M >n- 

now labor, lo furui.sh thousands of h*r a.iluia ' ^^^^^^^^^ ^^.^^^^ .^^ ^^^^^^.,^ ^^^^^^.^^^ 

to the servicf of t!ie General Government, anii . "' . . , . .. • ,. 

. , . ,,.. r - .i,fl "^n, owmg to there being so lew soldiers 

at th«; same Uuie, to provide proujptlv lor the ' =» => 



hjwever, before the musket shots, and 
others were seen thrown into the air by 
bursting .«»hell3. 

A number of citizens' buildings sur- 
rounding the b-irracks were (ired by the 
enemy, but Uiuic of the Government 
buildit)gs were burned. Here was one 



defease of a Urn- of frontier seveial' hundred at this post and the great number of of our greatest danger.s, but a timely 

rain, which continued during the night, 
and che vigilance (4' the guards, preven- 
ted. A few old outbuildings, which 
served as hiding places for the enemy, 
wore burned during the night by o.-der 



miles iu length, against a ruthless and merci- men, women and children fleeing here 
leds enemy ; — tog'ther with the f-'f' for protection. In many instances a sol- 
that und, r our exi:*ting !.iws, the volunteer ■^.^^.^. „^ember of large families,— in 
force alreadv furnished, and now required from . " . .i r .i • .u 

"" ■ ' , ,- . r m some mstnnccs the father, in other- 

the Stato, ai'd constating; marly one thinl ot , ... , ,. 

, , ,. , , ,. , „., t.„...;.-»,i ' the mother, and m (luitc a number a lit- 

the entire a<l lit male population, are dep; wed » 1 

of their roice in the conduct of public ofTair."- tie boy or girl,— worked their way to , of the commandant, 
at ^his most critical period, constitute such a these barracks under the most distressing I am indebted to Surg'eon Alfred Mul- 
fontingoncy as demands the iiuinodiate av»ein- circumstances fleeing from their persecu- ler for a list ot wounded of yesterday's 
blMig of the I.egislatuiP of the ijtate. : tors, after witnessing the butchery ot ! engagement, together with that of the 

Now, therefore, 1, A..exan.>eb Uam.<ky, Gov- | ^^^^^^^ ^^^^^^^ ^^^^^ ^^^ ^^^^^^ ^^^ ^^^^^^ ' ,.„,,,.,„ ^„t „ear Ked Wootl, on last 

emorofthe Stuteot Minn.<..ta, do ls.■^uetbl^ .,,.,.,,, •.. i- . Af j ti i i r ► i 

, . ,. „;,:„- fi, .t I),., in.mhtrsi Captain Marsh Lad gone with forty- Monday. Ihe wounded ot yesterday 
my proei.iin.itioii, roiiuitiii.^ tliat me memotrs i o J » j « 

of both no!i3«'4 of the I.ej:"i.-«lature of the State I four members of his Command, to the were 

shall, on the .NINTH DAY OF SKl'Tl'-MUKR vicinity of the Lower Agency, on hear- Corponil Dennis Porter, company C, shot in 
NEXT, at 10 oVloek, a. m., convene in cslta ' •„,„ ^,^' ^\^^ gtatc of alTairs there leaving 
6e<.<ion, at the Capitol, in the city of St. Paul,; ^^^,^. ^^^^^^ twentv-five soldiers midcr 
to take such action a-s may be deemed neccs- , - - , . ,u« I.- f 

, . ,. r .1 <.„♦ o.,,! .!,« nrrt. ' '-'^"tenant (»ere to protect the I'ort. 
jiarv, for the weliare of the Mate and the pro- i r 

.••.. , . ,.1 . Every citizen, however, took a musket, 

tection ol iti people. , J f ■ 

Given nti<rer my hand and the Great Seal of tmtil the stock was exhausted, and 

the Stat.-, at the city of St. Paul, thia gj^ye Lieutenant Gere their best efforts 
(L S.)twtnty-thii.l day of August, in the yt.n- |j^ j^j^ perilous undertaking. Captain 

of .,n Lord one thousand eight hundred , ^j^^^^^ ^^^^^ .^ ,^^^^^^. ^^^ ^^^^^ ^^^^.^, 

and Bixty wo. ^ ^^^_^ surrounded and cut to pieces. Only 

> twenty -one of them have returned — three 
of them wounded, two n)ortaIly wound- 
ed. 



ALKXANUF.URVMSEY 
By the Governor, 
James I!. Uakkp., 

S'.i.-retarv nt St.it'^. 



Latent 



.\c-w* from 
War! 



the Iisdiaii 



During Monday night several alarms 
were given, but the enemy did not ap- 
pear in tbrcc or make any threatening 



The news from the frontier is not sol 



dem<)nstrations. On Tuesday, Licut_ 



favorable as we had hoped. The rumor! 



T. S. Shechan, of company C, who had 



„. , , , ,, r „i -.left this post for tort Iviply, after making 

that Fort Kid-ley Imd been relieved is ^ . .• .o -i • • v. 

. r, , £? n I u J ;a forced march Ot 42 miles in nine hours, 

without toundation. Col. Sibley halted . , ,. t»i . , < 

,,, .. , I arrived, and immediately took command, 

.It St. Peter, until he could be re-eiitorced, . . ^ ' , ii v • r j i 

i with filly brave and well disciplined sol- 



having found the enemy too strtmg 



I diers. During the same day, Major 



iustifv an attempt on his part to raise .... • i -.u ru 

J - * ^ ^ . . , I Galbraith arrived with fifty new men, 

the siece. lie expected to be able to \ u .u • 

*' f ' (Ilenville I'angers), who were on their 

march to the relict of the Irort this , ^ ,, „ ../ 



morning. It is said that the cartridges 
.sent him did not fit the bore of his mus-[ 



way to FortSncIling. Upon hearing of 
the Indian disturbances. Major Galbraith 
tumid back with his men after having 



purpose of speculating upon the same. 
In justice to Col. Thompson, the Super 
intendent, Nvho is absent, we would say 



From the IVIiiiiic«iOta First. 



llEAPQrARTrRS AlSMT OF THE PoTOMAC, ^ 

Near Harrison Landing:, Auj;. 11, lJ<rt2. ) 
There is a dearth of news in this sec- 
tion Ui-day, and items are scarce — I 
mean the genuine news (sensation) items. 
I have a lot — such as they are — but 
none of the sensation order. Such as I 



that the annuity moneys arrived by our i have you are welcome to, and if you are 
express, August l6th, and that imme<ri- 1 not satisfied at that, it will be your own 



fault. You need not find any fault with 



ately upon its arrival. Colonel Thomas 

chartered a stage, and sent ^laior Hatch . , .. r l t u a 

1 „ ► r J r .1 e siud items, for whom 1 have so often 

and party forward for the purpose of ' 



making the payment, and they arrived at 



essary, as well from here as any other ' Fort Kidgely on Monday the 18th inst. 



point. I wish you would leave the same 
evening you get to St. Peter. The roads 
are good, and you can get here by morn- 
ing. I have a good ferry to cross you at 
Red Stone, about three miles below the 
town. 

1 am Yours, 
CHAULES E. FLANDRAU. 
rommandin'T at New Ulrn. 



J. C. BURBANK 6: CO. 



THE 



OWATO^!\'A 

Tio:v 



COXYEM. 



kets, c'uisiiig si>rne oelav. fc»t. 1 eter was ; . , c, t> . u .i. i i 

;' » . 'foil .1 , 1 reached J^t. Peter, where they succeeded 



in procuring old United Stato3 muskets. 
After receiving tho reinforcements, the 



right lliigh, ball paaaiug tlnou^h — also buck- 
shot ill left side — not dangerous. 

Private Julin McGill, company 1$, shot 
throii;;h rij;ht thigh, not dangerous. 

Andrew Kuflin, company B, shot from ear to 
car, lower jaw on both sides sliattered — also, 
injury in tlie tliiont — mortally. 

Uob't Spronitz, company H. shot through left 
cheek, ball passing out tlirough right ciieek, 
upper jaw completely sma.slied. severe wound. 

William Good, company B, shot in forehead, 
mortally wounded ; Peter C . Harris, eOnipiUiy 
C, shot through left hip, not dangerous. 

Private Shartlcdge, company C, wounded 
OTcr left eye, not dangerous. 

James Gurinan and Joseph Foertler, Renville 
Ranger.-. 

The killed were— 

Mark M. Grear, company C ; Robert Baker, 
Renville Rangers ; Michael Murnant, Renville 
Rangers. 

The wounded at the Red Wood engagcraent 
on Monday, now in hospital, were: 

Ole Swcnson, company B, not dangerou.* ; 
Wm. Blodged, company B, mortally ; Win. 
Souihcrland, company B, mortally. 

The night was passed in comparative 
quiet, though every man at his post or 
sleeping upon his arms. What the day 
may bring forth, none of us can tell. 
With a fair and square fight, we would 
have no great fears ; but with this lurk- 
ing, bush-whacking mode of warfare and 
a sudden dash of legions of savages upon 



IVcwti from the Frontier. 

We copy the following from the Pi- 
oneer of Sunday -*-being a partial sum- 
mary of the dispatches relating to the 
Indian war. 

The manner of obtaining these dis- 1 
patches is some what romantic. The 
halt'-breed interpreter, Antoine Fresier, 
whose excursion to the Agency was no- 
ticed yesterday, volunteered to make a 
secc^nd trip to the Fort. Disguised as 
an Indian on the war path, he got into 
the Fort, through the masses of Indians 
surrounding it^ on Thursday morning, 
and left the same evening, and made his 



J/7?. WL\DOM NOMINATED BY AC- 
CLA MA TION. RESOL UTIONFOR A N 
EXTRA SESSION OF THE LEGIS- 
LA TV RE A D OPTED UNA NlitO USE Y- 

The Republican Convention of the 
First District, met at Owatonnaon W^ed- 
nesdav the 20th inst. 

lion. M. W, Sargeant, of Winona. 
was elected President, and Fred. Dris- 
coll, of Scott, Secretary. 

Hon. Wm. W^indom was re-nomina- 
ted tor Compress, bv acclamation, unahi- 
mously. 

The following resolution was adopted 
unanimously : 

Resolved, That, the exegincies of the 
times, and the necessity which exists of 
supporting the tfoveniment by the united 
voice of the whole people of the north. 



seen first in one store and then in anoth 
cr, up one street and down th^i next, in 
search of the wherewithal to fill out a 
halfcolumn of local, — a search so fruit- 
less that you would be compelled to call 
upon the humor-loving crowd that in 
days of yore collected upon the sidewalk 
oppo.site the Minnesota House, before 
you could issue your paper — you, I say, 
who know the ropes, should not find 
I'ault with an amateur. 

But perhaps you would like to hear 
something about the Grand Army of the 
Potomac whieh has been resting itself 
upon the James river under the protect- 
ing cover of the gunboats. If you would, 
my advice is — read the papers. Once 
in a while we hear a gun fired some dis- 
tance olT, but we fail to find out " who 
throwcd that brick " until we see a full 
account published in one of the many 
metropolitan journals received here. — 
Rarely do we learn through that world- 
reiiuwn-id myth, styled the "Associated 
Press," a paper, by the way, that ex- 



as well by its soldiers as its ("•itizeris, do 

mand the inauguration of such moasures changes invariably give full credit to for 
as will .M-euro the eo-oner;Uion 'f otir I .,]] ,.];ppi„jTs. Hut thus mneh 1 can as- 
way to Henderson, with the very latest yoldieis as we'll in sustiiiiing the <-ivil •'^s ; _,^|.^_ ^^^^ without wiit 
intelligence we have received. The incs- \ the military hrnnch of the ^ovormnent. j \^ ^ I ^^.,_^^^^ 

We therefore recconimeiid to the (tov- oi aii_> v^ u j 

ernov lo eull an i-nmediiite session of the is ready to move, tmd everything iiidi- 



ing for the Press, 



believed to be in dan.er if Sibley should 

advance on Kidgley without re-enforcc- 

ments. No i.cws has been recei\ed from , . • » .i ,» i < , , i • i rr i » •♦ 

garrison felt secure against the attacksof > barracks which afford no real seen: ity ex 
the Fort since 2 o clock r. m. f-f Thurs- 1 & c , 

***y ^^^'^ • pear 

New Ulm sustained a sccoT.d attack, t^ ' * , o, , • 

t. . J •, « ,- ,.«i h,^iicf.« Bv his energy, Lieut. Shcehan inspir- 

on Saturdav evcnmg. >>e\eral nouses, . rJ^ t 

1 'i I ^ »t,^r„ i;,„= H-0.-0 rp , ed all with hope and confidence that the 

were burned, but the Indians weiere-' t 

,, f , ; .„i /,.n tl.-. position could be held until reinforced 

rears are entertaiiied lor ttic t^ _ , , 

from Fort Snelling. Every thing the 
hurry and exigencies of the time could 

r t J,- suggest, seemed to have boor, done to 

pctrated by detached parties of Indians. 

Among those supposed to have 



pulsed. 

safety of the town. 

Several m<»re murders have been per- 



any number of the cnerny likely to ap- j cept as defended from doors and win- 
dows, and liable at any time to be fired, 
the position of this small force might be 
exceedingly perilous. 

It is time for reinforcements from 



killed at Forbes' store at Red Wood, is 
Wm. Taylor, barber of St. Paul, well 
known in this city, as the leader of "Tay- 
lor's Band." 

The St. Paul papers are full of paf. 
ticulars of the outbreak, whieh our space 



/ 'meet the emergency. Small squads of 
ludiatis continued to prowl about in the 
distance, but were usually shelled away 
by tho accurate shots of Sergeant .Tones, 
the old and expercnced artilleiistof this 
post. 

At three o'clock yesterday afternoofi, 



will not permit us tocf>pv; they abounc. , 

• .u If 1 I . «y;r.„ ;,,r.i/^..n»c 1 force of Indians appeared about thrce- 

m thrilling and heartrending mciden's. I m 



J I the anticipated hour arrived. A small 

j force of Indians appeared a 

\ i- ■ ^1 I T „ "rwi,".. T»n,. " K..ai •t>urthsof a mile north of the barracks, 
A frieudlv Indian, "Other Day, nas ; 

. I. • ' <• . •».*.. »,„^ ,^„,.e,.„= «»,rv I evidentlv with the intention of drawing 

brought m safely sixty-two persons w no - '^ 

havebeen given tip as lost, among them' ^>"t the entire force, while the mam 
Mrs. Galbraith and family. In an inter- ] ^^^Y ^^'^^ ^o dash upon the barracks 

-.1 r* t:>o..,o^., i,« c:..;,i fhat h<»! fr^jni the east, where they were iip- 
Yiew with (>ov. Kamsey ne saui tnat ne | ' J * 

J.J .. »i • 1 .u ti, ' I. ...,., ^^«rv,«ri : proaching under cover of woods and ra- 
did not think tho outbreak was premed- . r => 

itoted, but was an attempt on the part '■''^'^- I" ^*>'^ «•«)' ^^^' ^"^"'"g '" «"«• 

of some of the Sioux bands to shield the F^^cts, they were enabled to approach 

1 r M i^.,«o n«i f„.«;Kr ot to within musket shot, still under cover 

murderers of Mr. Jones and family at ' 

. of trees and out buildings. At this 

\cton. ' 

i pjint they opened a volley upon a de- 

Hco. W. Sweet, 1..S.1,, arrived buiidav \ . o » .• .i „» 

; ^' .; tachment ot company B, stationed at 

afleruoon direct from Crow W inif. with ^ , .• . i. .. -.u » 

aiieru^.ii, uimo ,. .. . , ono of the north entrances, but without 

intelligence that •'Ht)le-iii-the-Dav, the, . _ . ,. i » 4U , .„ i. f 

' "" => - "^ " - ' ' serious eflect. It was but the work ot 

great Chippewa Chief had issued a pro. , . cu„,i, ,„ . , u,.,„„ 

» " 1 1 'a moment for Lieut, bheelian to bring 



Fort Snelling, but yet they are not here. 
O ! tor a n "iment of ctTective soldiers to 
avenge the untold outrages of the past 
few days. 

In haste, A. J. VAX VORTIES. 



FROM JtDGE FLAVDRAU. 

\ew Ulni, Aug. '2:'., 2 r. m. 
Oovernor Sihlri/ : 

Your dispatch of the 21st — evening 
— is this moment received. I enclose a 
dispatch I have this moment received 
from N. My rick, whom you have prob- 
ably seen. It was delayed at the ferry 
and is useless. I could not have rein- 
forced the Fort had I ••eceived it in time, 
as I learned from a man who left there 
the morning of tho •20th. Nothing had 
occurred at that time. I sent a dispatch 
to the Fort on the 20tli, and my man 
was seen within a mile onl a half ot the 
Fort going in. I fear the man spoken 
of by Myrick is my messenger, as he 
has tiot returned. I have no further 
news from the Fort, and can tell you no 
more news than Myrick will, save the 
fact of the numbers there which you 



senger from Henderson says that Fr.K.v- 
lER would return to the Fort, and will 
probably give the inmates such assur- 
ances of relief at hand as to induce them 
to hold out. There can be no surrender 
without annihilation, and the inmates 
of the F()rt know this. 

Oov. Siiii.EV and his force were at St. 
Peter at four o'clock on Saturday morn- 
ing. St. Peter is nearly fifty miles from 
Fort Ridgly, and Col. Sjblky can hard- 
ly reach the Fort before Suiida}' eve- 
ning- ^ .^ ^ 

Colonel CuLLEN, wit^^rf|fe|ral hundred 
cavalry, proposed to stnllc across the 
country from Henderson, and may get 
to the Fort before the infantry force. 



Legislature to rulipt such measures as 
will secure the desired aid. 

At the close of the proceedings, Mr. 
W'indom aecepted lln' nomination in an 
eloquent and patriotic speech. 



Geii(.'rul lS«':Ml«4it:ivSc'r>x, ."^'ate «f 
Jliiiii('*.t»t:i. 



Military AproiNT.MEXTS. — Col. A. 
D. Nelson, having resigned his commis- 
sion as Colonel of the Sixth, Lieutenant- 
Colonel Crook of the Seventh Regiriient 
was appointed Colonel of the Sixth. 

John T. Averill, of Wabashaw county 
Lieutenant-Colonel of tho Sixth Reg- 
iment, 

Robert N. McLaren, of <Toodhue, 
Major of the Sixth. 

F. E. Snow, of Blue Ivirth, Adjiit.int 
of the Sixth Regiment. 



Ijieut. Welt-li Exoliaiii^ed. 

l/ieiit. A, K. Wklch, ot 'he First Reg- 
iment, has been exchanged, and arrived 
at Ftirtress Monroe on Tuesday last. 
He was taken prisi>ner at the battle of 
Bull Run. 



clamation that he would. mt be resp.Mis,-^j^.^^^^^^^^^^^^.^^j^^^^^^^^^^^,^^.^^^ ^.^ ^^^^ ^^^^^^^ ^^^^^ ^^^^^.^^ 

bleforthe conduct of the Iiid:ans after ^^^, ^^^^^ ^^^J^^^^^ entrances, the smoke of!e„„ldnot inform you. 1 learn that a 
Tuesd..y, and warning all white settlers , ^^.^.^^^ ^^^^ ^^.^^^^,^. ^j^^^^,^^ away when 'mpuny of citi/ens left for the Fort 
to leave the cumtry betore that tm.e. , ^^^^ ^ j. ^,^^ ^.^ ^^^^^^^ ^^^^,^^,^;,, howitzers, I ,,,•,, ,,^,„i,g, one hundred strong, for 
Mr. Sweet c-nme as messenger from . ^^^^^^^ ^^.^.^^^^.^^^ ^^ g^^^^^^^ Jones, sent [gt p,,,,. ,,• «o, my opinion is, that if 
Hole-in-the-Day to Commissioner Dole, j .^^^^ ^,^^.^ ^.^^^ ^ ^^^^^^^^^^ ,,^,,^^ j^^^.^ . ^^^ ^^^^^ ^ ^_^^^.^^_^ ^^.^^ ^^^^^^ ^^^^^.^ ^^ 
.asking that he should come up «t once, ,^^^^ ^^^^.^^^^ ^^^^^^.^^_ The fire of the; ^j ,f ^50 men, whi'eh will give 

accompanvod by Judge Cooper, and he ^^^^^, ^^^^^ ,^^^^^ scattering and pro ' 

w ould make a treaty. Two hundred jid- ! 



I miscuous, — all sides of the barracks ap- 
ditional troops have been sent up, and ih^ ^^^ ^^ .^^^.^^^^^^^ ^^^^j ^^.^^^, ^^^.^.^^ 

Commissioner, with ««veral _ gentlenum ^ ^.^^.^^ ^^^^^ having its wily foes. 

After throwing a few shells. Sergeant 



von 375, and with 100 already gone 



up, 475. You had better send .about 
2U0 this way, and the other 275 the oth- 
er side to the Fort. 

1 liave about 200 men here, but very 



man you 
mand to the 
I don't think the Indians have 



who have ;:reat influence with the Chip 

pevras, Ull .St. Paul this morning. , i r • 1 , , , , , i-. 1 

No serious difTiculty is apprehended ] J'^^"'^^ ^ook command of a six pound-can- poorly armed. 1 would like very much 
wit^h the Chippewas. Their principal "'>"' «"*^ Sergeant Macgrew and W hq.- | to sec you, if you have any 
compUiitislheconductof their Agent, Pl«.^»'^'-*> "•^^'■■'^"^•/^f'''-'^^:' ^^^'^ I can entrust wUh the comrr 
Walker who has been removed. Mr. '^''^^ *''^« "^'^^^ ^P"'^*^^ '"^"^ persistent. , Fort. I don't think the In 
Walker'has since been found dead under I Lt. Shechan was every wbcro present, taken it, but not knowing the extent of 

.v„f ,^n<1or It nr^ttv ^r ' chccring on the brave and stf)ut-fiearted, , ^\^Q outbreak, can form no idea of the 

circumstances that rentier it preti} cer- , • ^1 r • r- * . , , -j 

tain that he c.mmitted suicide. ^ and encouraging the fl-w wavering. Con- , ,,,ee they have. It must be conside.^- 

Wc miblish the second lelt.r from the I »' ^^'^'^^ ^''-^ respous.bility of his posit.pn, ( ^^.^ or they would not attack the I ort. 

» r- : n-nlrr.^^'e waii perhajps too reckless of his per- 1 Ti,e men at the Fort were the balance 

editor of this paper, no%N atloitiiiag- j rr<- c. i- u ' ^^ , >r • 

.1 r f 00 ;t ;« norfK re sonal satety. Time after time, as he past 1 ^f the soldiers, some citizens, and Major 
lev omitlinc the tirst, as 11 is partly re- • • j- .• . 1 

'"^ ! , .■ .. . „vK,.u„.i This I f»"^>"> P"'^^ '^ P"-^^ g'^'ing direction.^ to the ( Jalbraith, with some .")0 or 60 men. 

rapiiu atcd in toe oiie pubiisnco. inisi . 1 n r 1 » . ■ 

\ , , ., ,. • , i,„„p^frr.mthP "'^"' '''^^''*' '■■''^'^^■^"'^ "^"^'^*'^''-' '^^''*^ The Indians mav iiot liavc kuowu of 
i.s the last authentic intelligence from the u..iu,. „.„.„ . . , • ... , ,. ,.„, 



,../-., t!ii T ft Cf !>.♦ .. discharged upon him, and bullets weut 
Vort and t Col. Sibley left St. reter = *^ ,.,.,.., 

ion, am 11 V. j ^ ! whizzing over and about him like hail- 

lorning, nearlv a week will have *» 



this m' 



the reinforcements, and have attacked 
j on tho supposition that no one was there 



cLap-Sod between tho date of the letter 

d tl 

Go 
telegraphic 



.. f .,.„ V,,,.* 1 courage, however,and we thank God that 
.and the an1v.1l of the relief at the rort. | "c ' 

Gov. Ramsey is cmistiintly receiving I he is yet unharmed. 

de5:p«i^'^'-' proffering aid, I In this way tl;e fight was eontinued 

■•• i\irMn>-\r< 'li-^ iive. .c Dii- . iin»il 



stones. His cwdness inspired all with \ ^^t those lefl of the garrison. I have 



tVoio punt 



d;o-k With in .ilnif.-.t 



large expeditions out all day from here, 

which weakens me; but I think I can 

hold the town until you come, if not at- 

iifinii.,11- ' f>' ';"' bv a verv larsrp toree. I hf.tr ...f 



The CuiiKC of tlie ^ioiix Iiistir- 
rec'tioii. 

The natural question arrises as to 
whore rests the responsibility of these 
awful scenes of huniau Imtchei y which 
have Occu red upon our frontier by the 
Indians ; as it is the generally received 
opinion that either an uunsiial and unncc- 
csary delay on the part of the govern- 
ment and its agents to the Indians, or the 
presence among them of wicked cmisa- 
ries, inciting them to their develish work, 
must have been the cause of tho out- 
break. 

By an article in the Prf.w of Sunday 



Agent, or from lack of time, the num- 
it is conclusively shown that no officer of [wa- of recruits furnisliod before tho 2d 

of July, I862, cannot be ascertained and 
reported, the same eour.se will be pur- 
sued already directed in General Orders 
No. 3G, frf-m this Department. 
Bv order of the ConinKUuler-in-Chief, 

OSCAR MALMROS, 
Adjutant General. 



RKXKUAL OUDKi;S NO. 39. 

Akjct.v.n't Gknkp.al's Office, ) 
St. Paul, (Minnesota,) Aug. 12, 1862. ( 

Whereas it has been reliably n-pro- 
reiited to the Commander in Cliiff that 
many town.ships of this State have al- 
re.idy contributed more than their prop- 
er quota of volunteers, while others have 
sent few or n mo, and that great injust- 
ice will in many instances be done by 
appro[>iiating the quotas of townships 
without taking into aceonnt the num- 
bers fiiriiislu-d since the commencement 
of tho war, rlioreforc 

It is ordered, that iu counties where 
til" same is prrictieable, tli<'. enrolling 
otiicers {Agents or .A-^se.-^sors) .sli.ill re- 
turn the njirnes of all citizens of the sev- 
er;.il townships, who have enlisted from 
each town!siii-i since the coiinneneemont 
oj iho war, nith tlie !iami> of ilie Regi- 
ment and ('onqxiny to which they be- 
long — excepting those known as " three 
months' volunteers." 

In case tho returns of any townsIiij> 
are imperfectly made, it shall be com- 
petent for the Commissioner, upon the 
application of any citizen, to receive 
proof satisfactory to said Con>missioncr 
of the number of voluhtocis furnished 
by .said town.'iliip, and to correct the re- 
turns accordingly. 

fi) counties vhore such returns are 

made it shall bo the duty of tho County 

Auditor, subj.'Ct (o an appeal to the Com-;, ^,1^ is now set down 

missioner, in establishing the quota o! „ ,, r ],\,.,\,,,f^ „,,.i „ 

, ' f^ ' ,. jlise, a sniaH roll ot hlankcts-, aii<i a 

eaeli towns up, to charge, each township ' ,,. 

■ I •. .' / T / ' small mc«^ kt. 1 ho word " small is 

with its proportion (acc-rding f- j ^>maii mi!« mi. 

tho number of cilizon'^ fit for j italicised in tho gcnonJ order. 

nrlitia dntv in the same,) of the entire j Qfl-^.p,.,* tcnt5 .are not to be in the 

foivo already n.ised or now to ^><^. ''•I'-^t^'l j . j,,^,, \^ ,hpy have frequently been in 
bv the State, and to credit it with the ^"^ure, as iney nave i ^ 
ninnber of recruits already furnished by | the past, tl.e most promn.ont feaiu.e ol 
it, ,iiid should a draft beeomo necessary | an encampment. Hitherto it has not 
ill such county to draw on said town- h^j.^>„ uncoiiimon for the otbccrs to have 
slfij) for the balance of roernits duo from ; .^^^ j-veniixe of two large tents each, with 

it. orsucli prop^Ttion theref>r as may be j ' - <• „ „„,.i, ,,c iV,-,,. cp.-vnnts 

I ' • iiM small f\\>' joi" cacti ol men b<.i \.ini.><, 

nee, ssarv to make up the quota required •' = ' «. , , r 

of the county. « '''le the company officers had one for a 

III counties wheiein, by reason of in- captiiin, and one for two lieutenants, 
ability on the part of the Assessors, or | ["nder the row order ofthings the allow- 



AUxUY (CORRESPONDENCE. |good-in fact hard to beat-whlle the 

many perplexities and annoyances attend- 
ant upon the discharge of the duties of 
postmaster would be insurmountable to 
any one ofa less genial disposition than 
W. B. llaslett, of the 62d Penn. Reg., 
who is the indefatigable postmaster at 
Jlead-Qu.irtcrs. He is ably assisted by 
his son iiobert, and Mr. ,J. G. Coolev, 
of the same regiment, who are ever at- 
tentive to their many onerous duties. — 
Messrs. Geo. B. i'owle, and Harry 
Seingo are the mail agents going to and 
returning from Fortress Monroe every 
alternate day — one going down while 
the otlier is coming up. 

With the exception of a distance of 
about twenty miles, we are again in di- 
rect telegraphic communication with 
Washington. From Jamestown Island 
to the Capital commuuicatiou is inter- 
rupted, while from here to the Island a 
small steamer is emi)loyed as a boat. 

At last we are to have a regularly 
organized Ambulance Corps lor the 
proper care of the wounded. This is at 
it should be — it ought to have been done 
long ago. The Medical Director of the 
armv — the energetic Jona. Letterman — 
is, of course, the head of the organiza- 
tion. It is to be organized on the basis 
of a captain to each army corps, as com- 
mandant of the Ambulance corps ; a first 
Lieutenant for a division, a second Lieu- 
tenant for a brigade, and a Sergeant for 
a regiment. There will bo allowed one 
transport cart,one 4 horse and two 2 horse 
ambulances for each regiment — each 
au;bulauce to be provided with two 
stretchers. The privates will consist of 
a driver and two men to each ambulance, 
who arc to be instructed in the most 
easy manner of putting men in and tak- 
ing them out of ambulances, taking 
men from the ground and putting thcni 
on stretchers, etc., and no per.son will be 
allowed to carry frt>m the field any 
wounded or sick except this cor^s. The 
uniform for this corps i.s, for pri vale* ;* 
green band two inches broad around the 
cap, a green half chevron, two inches 
biuad, on e:.cli tiiiii, above the elbow, 
and they are to be armed with rcvwlvers. 
Non-comsnisaionod ofSccrs the same as 
privates, except that th.y are to wear a 
full i; stead of a half-ehevrr«i. Let us 
hope tlijit when this corps shall beeoane 
Well versed in their duties, the sick and 
wounded m:iy receive b< ttcr attention 
than tliev "eiierallv have, especially du- 
ring an i-ng.'igeniciit. 

The pi?k are being sent aw»y ve?y 
fast — but few now remain, and they wiTl 
go before many days. The percentage 
of sick, notwithstanding the hot weather, 
is much si'.inll.n- tlifin it has boon for a 
long whilr p;i>t. So much for having a 
Medical Director. 

The action of the P.epuldicnu Com- 
mittee for the second district has been 
thoroughly discussed here among Mi«.- 
ncsotians, and 1 have yet to find a mar? 
who is not gbid to know that Ignatiu* 
Donnelly is iu the field. Now sec to ft 
that he " goes in *' — ainl who doubts it ? 
— and at the same time that he visits 
Washin;rton..send Senntor Aldrich. Vn- 
less I greatly mistake the signs of ^W 

.,,.,,. ♦ I • , .,,. i,.,ir fi,„ timts, the bo vs of Firs»t cannot b* better 

instead of oibcers taUmg up liall trie ' . , „ 

1 II .. 1 .= ♦!,.;.. ..tl «- suited than by having their ^tate repre- 

space ni the allotted wagons, their al!o\\-i j t, t 



calos that a niove is very soon to occur 
here. The troops are nndor marching 
orders, ;ind now carry nothing with them 
(allhoii.'ili they carry eeougii) but their 
guns and etiuipments, and one blanket, 
with a section of a shelter ten+, to each 
man. Their knapsacks, — with extra 
clothing, stationery, dngucrrootypes, 
locks of hair, tracts, playing cards, li»ve 
letters, iif-edles and thread, and other ar- 
tioli-s too numerous to mention — have 
already lieon safely store<I on lrans[>tirts 
— there to remain until the movement 
shall ha%'e been made or countermanded. 
How many of them will never return to 
claim their knapsacks! Ibit liltle do 
they think of that— ihei'- desire is to be 
"on to Richmond " again, and few stop 
to think if they will g<:t there. 

Transportation, so fiir as MTigons are 
concerned, has been greatly reduced, and 
cvervthing looks like ijuiek movements 
and forced marches wli-ii the advance is 
again ciunmcr.ccil. F*u- a full regiment 
of about f«io th- n='and mm, only six 
wagons are albuved. Ot' this numbor 
one is to be use! e.\f lusively for the 
convoyanoc of hor'pitals, and another for 
tho field ofiicers' I.aggago (with fi)rage 
for horses) leavinir but four for the cook- 
in" utensils, provisions, officers' bag- 
rrafre, etc., of ten companies — fornM rly 
each company had ono, and frequently 
more. But one good feature is that 



"as a small va- 



sentod by two such sterling pntriots and 
honest, bard-working siivfti>t.* a» the 
good-natured Colonel, and tin* youag 
statesman, Jjieut. (iov. Donnelly— good 
I men and true — so say all of us. 

The weather which has been very Wt 
here lately*, has suddenly moderated a 
little, and is now not ipiite so warm as 
bake ovens tisually are, although some 
of the boys still do their cooking with- 
out a fire, among whom is 

SniNGLF.S. 

P. S. — He don't cook. 



the Government connected with Indian 
affairs, is in any way responsible for the 
delay in the payment, or derelict in duty, 
or has retained the money in his hands 
to speculate upf)T!, by exchanging the 
gold for paper, as has been charged, 

Tho charge that the (Tovernment had 
unreasouably delayed the payment of of 
the annuities to the Sioux, is refuted by 
the fact that the treaties 1851 fix no time 
in the year at whieh the annuities are to 
be paid the Indians. The treaties simply 
provide that payment shall be made an- 
uallij. 

It h:is been usual, when funds were 
ready, to send out runners and give no- 
tice to tho Indiai'.sof the time when the 
payment would he made. No such no- 
tice had been given the Sioux, and there 
was no occasion for them to have assem- 
bled at the agency as they did. It was 
their own act. 

When they brrke into the warehouse 
a week before they commenced their 
massacres, and helped themselves to 
flour, tho disturbance was quieted by 
Agent Galbraith giving them tho provis- 
ions that were provided for distribution 
at tho payment, with the positive as- 
surance on the Indians, that they would 
go aw.ay and no: return until they were 
sent for to attend the payment. 

And as to the charge that Col. Thomp- 
son, the Indian Superintendent, had re 



Bv Telegraph. 

Tho news by Telegraph is very mea- 
gre. On the 22nd there was fighting on 
the Rappahannock. SigeVs division 
bciuir cniiaued. A "oncral battle how- 
ever, was not expected on that day. 

There was a riot on Saturday after- 
noon, in New York, by the Empire 
Brigade, growing out of complaints in 
regard to tho payment of their bounties. 
It was pnmiptly sup|>ressed. 

Morgan, with 1,700 rebel cavalry, de- 
feated Johnson, of Kentucky, at Gallatin, 
Tenn. Johnson had 800 men, 300 were 
captured, 500 escaped. 

— A special dispatch to the N. Y; 
Evening Post, dated Aug. l6th, says - 
•'General McCall returns from Rich- 
mond with different ideas of the war_ 
He says our motto should be, " Instant 
subjugation of the rebels, or their exter- 
mination." The general was at tho war 
department to-day. 

— Some wag observes that the South- 
ern Confederacy is now bounded on the 
north by McClcllan, Burnside, and Pope . 
on the east by Hunter, Wilkes, and Du- 



pont ; on the south by Fort I'ickeiisand 
tained the funds in his hands for spc<-u- i Bon. Butler; and on the wciit by Farra 
la'ive purposes, n sufVi<ifiil refutatiotv is'f.;ut. Davi^.and Hallfck. 



ance of lieutenants will be as follows : 
For the field and staff ofiicers of a regi- 
ment (Colonel, Lieutenant Colonel, Ma- 
jor, Surgeon, Assistant Surgeon, Chap- 
lain, Quartermaster and Adjutants) three 
wall tents. For each non-commissioned 
officer, private, ofbcors' servant, camp- 
follower, etc., as far as they can be sup- 
plied, one section (one-half) shelter tent. 
And all Quartermasters of regiments 
having more than this allowance, have 
boon directed to turn in tho surplus 
without delay. A shelter tent as you 
are perhaps aware, is simply two India 
rubber or sail cloth blankets, (or a sub- 
stitute madeofduck)having eyelet holes 
arour.d the edges for the purpose of fast- 
ening them together. 

Large numbers of ofRcers and soldiers 
(do not confound the terms) who have 
been away on furlough— and some who 
have been "absent without leave" and 
were " raised " by the Provost Guard — 
daily arrive from the North. It is esti- 
mated that even three thousand of this 
stamp have arrived within the last fort- 
night. As fast as they arrive they arc 
sent off «to their respective regiments and 
commence their military duties once 
more. If " Little George " would adopt 
Pope's plan of advertising, I am of the 
opinion that this army would speedily 
tie reinforced to an extent equal at least 
to an entire division. But it m.ay be 
that he knows more about his business 
than 1 do— but he don't advertise. 

The mail arrant'oments here now arc 'on the battle-field. 



FROM WASHINGTON. 



[Special to PIVW.]— There is a little 
reason to doubt the junction of the army 
of the Potomac with the army ofVirgin- 
ia though no official announcement of the 
fact has been made. 

Private letters have been received, 
state that the union has been made, and 
there is now little cjiuse for anxiety in 
regard to military prospects in Virginia. 
The junction reflects tho highest credit 
on Gen. Halleck, who plarmed, and Gen- 
eral McClellan, who executed, 

[ IVihune's Special.] — Baltimoreans 
say that since the order for drafting over 
5,000 citizens of Maryland between the 
ages of 18 and 45 have left that State for 
the South and Canada ; and that the exo- 
dus is still going on at tho rate of from 3 
to 500 daily. 

A number of newspaper correspond- 
ents arrived here today from the army 
of Virginia. Their departure thence was 
involuntary. 

Commodore Wm. D. Porter, the de- 
stroyer of the Arkausas, has been made 

a Commodore. 

It is not known byanyof Gen. McQel- 
lan's friends that he intends as reported 
to retire from active service in the 
field. 

There is no unusual excitement m 
\Vashiiigton. The city is as quiet as it 
has been at any period within 6 n:\onths 



Fa iLAPKLruiA, Aug. 22. 

Private intelligence received in this 
ciiy, confirms the news of the junction of 
our armies. It also annonces the death 
of Col. Coultw, ofUie llih Pa. regirpent 




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'craphs in reply that the Third Miiincso-i n<\ *<-\ 

B, to aoUvo Asenbi. or give a coiomiwion. Pur- tu IleginieHt huS been ordfred holUC. , iwj M'i 

ucuiars .lent free. A.Mn^s krik s«wiku MvchlseCom- /j-ji^,^. j^,.g expected here this weeiv, aud *** """^ 

JAMES, G.mral AiTviit. Milan, 0!ii>. ly. i • ^, , i i ,. 

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quired to notify bif Ifilvr (retuiniiig llit- paper 
does not answer the lu\v)whcii a stibscriber does 
not take his paper from the office and state the 
reason for its rot being taken : and a neglect 
to do so make.-* the poot-niaster rt.yioiisMe to 
the publisher for the pavment, 

2. Any person who takes a paper regularly , 
from the post-office — whether directed to his 
name or another — whether he has subscribed 
or not is re^punsible for the pay. 

3. If a per.-'on orders his paper di.scontinued 
he must pay all arrearages, or the publi.-*her 
may continue to send it until payment is made ! 
and collect the whole amount, whether it is ta- 



SilS, 



In Stillwater, Aug. 21, 1S62, by Rev. Rlch'd 
li. Bull, Mr. Melvin C. Clay and Miss Emma J. 

Smith, all ot th;.^ place. 



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In the town of Marine, on the 
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ken from the post-office or not ! There can be fic^uiuH noon of the .-"ixth September nest, tor " ♦ ""' ^ 
no Ifgal discontinuance until the payment is funrHliin.' tli-i Stat>- of Mitmisota with 

maJ^- One Hundred and twenty five 

4. If the subscriber orders his paper to be CordS of Good Seasoned Oak 
stopped at a certain time, aiid the publisher AVood. 

continued to send it, thi- subsciiber is bound ' gaid wood to l»e paiil tor in State Warrants, 
te pay for it, !/ he tales it out of (he p"xl of ice. ; and delivered al the State Capiinl us rcipiired. 



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The law proceeds on the ground that a man 
must pay for what he uses, 

5. The courts have decided that refusing to 
take news papers and p«-riodieaIs from the 
post-office, or removing and leaving them un- 
called for, is /«"/»/w _/"ufii evidence of intenti- 
onal fritud. 



CHAIiLF.S SillKKFKU, 

State Treasurer. 



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board without any just cause or provocation.^***^* 
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She took with her the childien — three in 
number. S. J. L AWT UN. 



Orii Pai'EK To-Dav.— It is known; Marine, Aug. 26, 1862 



to all our city readers at least, lliat Mr. 
Van Vorhes, the editor of this paper, 
accompanied Mr. Wycoff up t«> the In- 
dian payment, and that on reaching Fort 
Ridjjelv, thev received the news of the 
Indian outbreak, and rcniaiiied thi're,a!id 
Mr. Van Vorhes, and the whole party, 
arc now beleii<»uercd in the wall.s of Fort 
Ridgfly by llie blood-thirsty aii<l iiK-rci- 
less savages. 

This fart — in connection with our re- 
duced Jxrce of printers, as well ns the 
■ad.ertisenient of the sale of.vi-hiiol hinds, 
which ftime 



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SlIKKIFF'S SALE.— BY VIRTUE OF AN w i nw i 
execution i:-.-ued out of and under the seal of' se ^ nw ^ 
the Di.-!tiict Court of the Second Judicial Dis- : ne i sw ^ 
trict in and for the county ui Ramsey and Statr nw J sw ^ 
of .Minnesota, upon a judgment rendered in sw J sw ^ 
said court on the first day ot S.'ptemt»er 1S.")8, | se i sw i 
in an action wherein Tarker I'ainc is plaintiff' ne ^ se i 
and the Milwaukee and Mississippi Railroad nw ^ se f 
t'ouiiiany is defendant, in favor of said plain- .-.w J- se ^ 
till' and ai'aiiiSt said defendant, for the sum of -e J se ^ 
eleven hundred and ninety-nine doiIars,-sl l',i;( j 
- a f raiiscript <•( which said jwlgiiuiit w.vs dock- , , i ^ i 
eted iu tnis Wa.-.liiiigion county on the fust "'^ *, "^/, 
dav ofSeptemljei ISOS. I have levied u|(on "'* * "'• f 
the following described pieces or parcels of '*"'* "yi^ 
land, >ituat>- ill the county of Wa.^liington and *"* T '"^ * 
State of Minn-fota, deseribcu as l61Jow¥, to 
ivit: The .souili-west (piarter of the -^otith west 



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... quarter of soctiiia No. sevenli'Tn,-i7-lla- south 

II yesu-rtlay uilh mipcra- 1 ,^..^t ,j^,.,,..,.,. ^^fn,,, j„„.tj,.u-...st .juaner of see- 



tive orders for ils apuearanee to-dav, tion .\o ninet.cn-:'J-ihe south hall ol the north 

.,, , . ,. I • I ' east (iuartcr ol section No. seven 

will e.xpl; in any discrtpaticcs which our _;_ ,,,,. ^^^^^l^ ,.j,,t .piarter of the 



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Cartridokts. — In the early pari of iho 
Indian outbreak Governor lianisey tele- 
graphed to the Governor of Wisconsin 
f'>r lt)0,f»tJO cartridges. The nqnosl was 
promptly complied with, and the cart- 
ridges are on tlieir way to o^ir State, 
and if about one in a hnudred kill an 
Indian, we .shall .soon have qniit on our 
frontier. 



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Croi.\ Iwmgor^ organized at Fort Sue 
ing last week, by el. cling Hon. Win. II. 
K"irt, of this city, Captain : f. \. Wins- 
I'AV, First Lieutenant; Frank II. I'ratt. 
of the Taylor Falls IiKPokteu. Soi-oinl 
I/ientt-nant. The company is full to tin; 
inauttMiTi). 

A fractional parttifa f'li'.prmy re- 
cruit. -1 by Thomas S. Slangliler for the 
St'V.nth lls'giineut, having bf>';i merged 
with Capt. r»roniIiy's «-onipaii_\, an o.-. 
ganization w:!-; ertVeted by elictingC. A. 
lirotnKy, Captain ; Thomas S. Sl.mgh- 
ter, First Lieuteiiat ; II -h -rl* Hasty, of 
this citv. Second Lieutenant. 



north n t.-t ipiartcr of section No. n'.neteen-li» 
tlie west h.ilf of the north east quarter of section 
No. twenty two-2"2-all in town.-;iiip No. tweii- 
ty-iiiiie-l".»-north oi range No. lwe!'.ty-one.'.!l- 
\ve«t, also lUe nortit east qii.uteruiid the north 
wi-st quarter of the south east qiuirter and the 
north east qtuirU;r'uf the souili wot quarter of 
section .\'j. tir;ri\ oue-iil-tiu- nortii we.-tqiiai- 

■ ler of the south west quarter of section .No. i '"' i 
twenty-seven-2T-the north west quarter ofl'''^ 
seeiioM No. ihirty-one-:il-all in township No. | 

' twenty-.*ev"n-27-north ot range No. twenty- | 

one-21-west ; j 

AI~o tlie iiiidividi'd one half of the foi!o«ingi 

pieces or p;!rc«ls ol land, de.serib 'd as follow >, ' 

to wii: j 

The noif'n-wcst quarter of the nortli-we.st (juar- ! 

i ter and lot No. lour — i — in section No. tive-o- 

lot No. one-I-in section >.'o. six-i.">-.dl in town- 

■ siiip Mo. lweni}-si.\-2i''-noilh oi' raiujie No. 



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' AI.so the undivided one fourtli of t!ie f dlow- 

iiig piiC'S or parcels of laml, descritieij as fol- 

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I The soulli east .lUartcr of the south cast 
quarter, and south east C|Marter of ihe south- 
west qu;ir>ei- of Section No. to'.ir-l; the west 

■ half of the .-outh wevt qil.irter ail west half of 
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east ijuart.r of section No iive-."i ; t!io .-ouln 

j east quarter, and the south west q'un ter of 
si-cfion No. ri.\.-6-tlie iioitls we-t quarter and 

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!.N'o. scven-T : the soutli hsill of the south- 
. West quarter of section No. eighi-8, the north 
' east ((\i.irter of tie." north west quarteraiid north 

vve-tnuarler of the north e.u-t nuarler of see- 
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south W'.st quarter of seition No elevci:-ll, 
* the west half of th.- north we-f quarter of 



HCeiion No. fourtoen-1 I- tl.i> cast half o! the 
north west ipiarter, and north we.^t quarter of 
tlie north wist quaiter of section nineteen-lS- 
all in township So. twenty -iight-:?S north of 
raiigc No. twniy-2t»-we.-t ; jdso tlie undivid- 
ed one foti! th ot' the lollo-.viiig pieces or par- 
cels of l,i;;d described a.-. Iidlows, to wit : 

T!ie south east quarter of section No. one-l, 
the north east quarterof the .louth e.ist quarter 
and making npof tw«. thon.S{Ui<] six hun- , ^f ^^^.,i„„ >^o. thiiteen-i:i. the south east quar- 

dred and ei^'htv-one tiniform ccais, and j ter *>l' tin- .-southeast .luarter of .-action No. 

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file same number ( t pairs (d troWacrs : _.^f,_ -,^,,^(1, „f jjiuge No. twentv-oiie---Jl — 



TltK MASlFACTrRr. OF Cl.OTniXG Foil 

OVR Soi-DiEUS. — Adjutant-General Malm 
ri>s has adverti.sed for the mainiliietnre 



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which will qe sold in lots of 10 acres each ex- 
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bands on whieh sevctiiy live per cent of the 
purcha.se nuiney inu-t be paid down. 
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one hundred coat.s or one hundred pairs 
t>f trowsers. It seems the Government 
has plenty of eloth, but cannot get it 
mannfaetiircd f:\<t ennii^h ; and an inqni 



the fontract to be let entire or in lots of j west; Also the whole of blocks Nos. ;t, l, r,, 

6, 7. 8, '.», !•-. 11, 1-t. 15, 1«, 17, l^^ i;».2o, 21. 

■li, -.-?, 26, -27, 28, 29, So, 31, :i2, H:'., St, :;5 

:;3, 10, 41, 12, 15, 40, 17,45), oO, 51, .".2, 5^ 

51, 55, 56, 57 and 58, in Grey Cloud in sai i 

countr of Washington, excepting and reserving 

therefVom lot.^ Nos. 1, 2. 3, 4, 5,6, 7, 8, i», and 

,• 4.1 %x' n I _.. .1 !<*, iu block No. 53; niso lots No. 1 in block 

rv tfi>m the War Department as to 1 • *r. '^ , \- ,,.,.,, .. ,i . ;„ 

* I No. •>•>; also lots >os. 1, 2, ,i, 4, ana 5, in 

whether the work could be done here at | block No. 56 ; also lots Nos. 3, 4, f>, 6, 7 ano 

8, ill block No. .52 ; iiLso lots Nos. 1, 2, 8, 4 
and ."i, in block No. 44. 

Now therefore, notice is hereby given that 
I will .Sell the above deserihed re.nl property, 
. - n L •""' "" t'"5 interest which the Milwank-e and 

* -<* Will be employment tor all the ^ii^^-,,^ipj,i r^ji Road Company had in the 
seW. ' machines in the State. Fncie -'ame on the first day of Septend.er, 185S, or 



a reasonable rate, was answered bv the 
Adjiit.int-(Teneral in the afTirmative. If 
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Sam pays promptly when the work is 
done. 



HoMF. Guards — In view of the Indian 
trouble?, and the possibility of a raid 
upon our own plae«.' by the Chippevvas 
— who are reported in league with the 
other tribes — a meeting of the citizens 
was held in front of the Minnesota IIou.se 
on FViday evening, to take some meas- 
ures for organizing a body for home de- 
fense. This step seemed advisable, 
more to create a sense of safety than 



at any time thereafter, tog'ther with all and 
singular the appurtenmiees thereunto belonging 
or in any wise appertaining — at public auction 
to the highest bidder for cash, at my otliec in 
the city of Stillwater, in said county, on Wed- 
nesday, the 8tli day of t)e!ober, at 2 o'clock in 
the afterneon ol that day, to satisfy said e.KC- 
cutiou, interest and cost.-. 

flEORCE PA VIS. Shr,->f. 
S.MiT!i i GtLM.xN, Attorneys for jilaintifl". 
Dated at Stillwater August '28th 1862.-50 7. 



STATE OF MINNESOTA 



10 acrev ea'-ti. 

I. Ml & 5 
lot 4 

l..te2. 3, «, 7. * 
L.tvO. Ill II 

1:1. l.'i * 16 
lot V.' 
lot 14 



<lo 

]%<'AVi»ort. 

•_'T tS .'> O*! 

do do 7 .V> 

d« do 15 W 

do <lo 11' 0> 

.liar inc. 

QiiartirH. Sec. Town. R^v. 



II w } 
do 
do 
»w } 
do 
do 
do 



•■56 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



:;i 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



•JO 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



Value per 

Acre. 

7 00 

5 0« 
10 0<) 
10 00 
10 00 

7 00 

6 00 



The balance of the purchase money is pay- 
able any time within twenty years, at the op- 
ion of the purchaser, if intere.-'t at seven per 
cent per aiinuin is annually paid in advance. 

Interest to the tlr«t day of .luue, 186:5^ must 
be paid at the time of the purchase. 

Tersons purchasing land upon which other 
parties have made improvements, will be re- 
quired to pay the owner of the same the ap- 
piaised value of his iuiprovcnients, one half to 



HERSEY, STAPLES & HALL 

HAVE JUST R E C E 1 V E D F li O M T II E 

E A S T E K ]\ MARKETS, 

THE 1.A.RGEST STOCTv OF GOODS 

EM BiEHT TO THIS CITY. 



H.i'rv/' 1.1' •iiti-1. i.T- .,.-.. .T .»- ,TT . I -'*^- ler ol the estate of James V. llewvard, 
AMNO lil^--L.MKD UL>lNLSSL\HI.-;j,.,,.^,,,.,,__i.,„.,„^,„i^., 



I a license granted bv 

own n.in.e, and jj,^. l>,.^J^^^^^ (■„„,., f,,-,],,, ^.(,uI!fv of llamscv : " 

AT hl.i oi.U .STAND, NUTK'E is hereby given that on Satui-day. 

would be happy to f.e his friends and former | the sixtcnth day of "August ls6i, at thiee 

i o'clock in the .■•.lieniooii, at the front door of 
the Court House in the city of Stillwater, the 
undersigned will sell ul public vindue, uil the 



customer-:. 

'J luuikful for |vi.st favors, he v.onid respect- 
fully ask for a coutinuain-e of the same. 



coi^Fi^isiiKra- i3sr jpj^:rtz 



GROCERIES, 

F.ISIJ, 

FORK, 

JiEKf, 

HAM, 

OILS, 

BEXZOLE, 

I'ALVTS, 

CORDAGE, 

FLOVR. 

MEAL, 

AGRICULTURAL 



WCftDKX WARE, 
BRUSHES, 
NAILS, 
HARDWARE, 
SA \VS, 
rUTLERY, 
IROy, 
STL EL. 
C II A IX, 
OIL CLOTHS, 
WALL PAI'ER, 
I.\IPLE.ME.\TS, 



GLASS WARE, 

CROCKER y, 

QUEKiVSnARE, 

LAMPS, 

LAXTERKS, 

TIX WARE, 

STOVES, 

HOOTS d- SHOES, 
RUnUEIi GOODS, 

CARRhTS, 
MA TS, 
RUGS. 



interest which J-unes F. lie; ward deceased, 
had at the lime of his death, or uidcli his es- 
tate now ]ujssef.is in and to the following de- 
scribed pii.periy, situate in iLc- county ol 
Washington «.nd St.-iie of .Minnesota, viz: 

Lots « & 7 ; the sw A of the sw \ of section 
U"), and the se J of section 2i'i, all iu township 
81 noith ol range 21 weft; and the n«r ^ of 
the sw 4- of section 'll, and the ne ^ of the <<t 
i of section 28 iu town 28, iiQith of range 2 '. 
west. 

Also the right of redemption in the follow 
, ing iKsciiOed hauls and pi eiiiisea: 
which J propose to .sell VKllY (.llKAl'. Call Tlie ne } oi nw j- of section 5. town 3o r.ange21 



TO THE mmwi 

T HAVE A LAKtJE AMOLNT (»!•' 

C3-2:*«,xi:i. Oi-ctcaLle/s, 

CK.VDLE I'LNCiEIIS, 
Hoes Forks, iCakcs A-*'. Ac. &c. 



and be convinei-d. 
June 8, lSi)2-tf 



J. A. B.VTES. 



GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS 

A \ D 

YANKEE NOTIONS CES\IERALLY, 



W H I (■ It 



II K Y 



^v I I, 1, 



S K L L AS C II Y. A 1> 



I F 



<£ 



^V TS' Y 

C3ri'\7'0 XAJS 



NOT CHEAPER, THAN 

o T II ii: 



Good News For The 

PEOPLE! 

T EVV & DANIELS 

Have .'•eeeived llieir Cooils for 

ffli III ffllR TSlii, 

and are now pivpaied to olf.r a lar-e and \!ell 
assorted .stock of Coods at 

EXCKEDlNtiJ-V LOW PIJICES. 
A large variety of LAlJlES DKKSS (JOdDS i """"^■■' «.u'aii!.-t the e.«tate of .\nn Le Hoy hneot 
from 10 cents per yard to r.O. JJIaek Silks m i ■*="'' '•''""".^' •^*-''^"»''^«-"'l. ^i'' i'l''""<i t'» tl'e duti« 



" n ^ of ne J " ."> " :J0 " 21 

" n I of nw ^ •' 4 " UO " 21 

liOt 1 of section iil town ;il lanj^* 21. 

Lot 4 of section S4 town lil range 21 

Lot .5 •' :{» " :>l '• 21. 

Siofse^ ;f4 " :u •• -ii 

Sw'i •• y4 " bl •• 21 

Fraciioinil section :j.'i " !il •' -li 
All of tlie afore.s;iid property to tie sold sub- 
ject to the widow's right of <io<ver, bnt inclu- 
sive id' the reversion of dower. 

L V. D. iiEAKi), Administrator. 
Dated at St. Paul, June XO, 1802.-43-4 



Commissioners' Notice- 

''I'^llE undti.-i.;iicd, Comiuis-ioners appointed 
.1. by the I'KiliatL Court ot' Wa.-hington eouii- 
nnd adjust nil claims and de 



tv to exaniiu' 



li 



M .A >s 



?9 






PURCHASING ELSE W PI E R E . 

Stillwater, Minnesuta, May 2Uh, 1862. 



IUIESS COODS:— Poplins, Alpaccas, Ly- 1 /^COKING 
/ oiiese, Woi.i I>elains,, Traveling (loods, | \j 



STOVES!- 



CliaUi>, Motisliii Delaines, Lawns, Ilerages and 
Prints, light ;iii<I dark, to jilease all, at 

HEllSEV, STAPLES & HALL'S, 



SHAWLS, Halmoral Skirt.*, Sun Umbrellas, 
Parasols, Pans, Shakers, tiloves, Milts, &e , 
&c., at HEUSEY, STAPLES & HALL'S. 



The Minnesota, Victor, Oak and Ledger 
furniture complete, tor sale low bv 

IIKKSKV, STAPI.KS & IIAU 



with 



SUGAR CUllED HAMS' 



Wt T.)HOWN'S 

An e.xtra article. Second to none in the mar- 



IA Dl ES, MISSES AND CD 
J Hoop Skirts all the stxles, al 

HEUSEY, STAPLES &; HALL'S. 

C1ARPETS, &C.— All Wool, Three Ply, 
'' Ingrain, Stair Carpets. Painleil do., Cot- 



I ket— always on hand and for sale at prices that 
CHILDREN'S i all that can reaeii, bv 

HEUSEY, STAPLES & HALL. 



/A LEAR, MESS, and PRIME PORJv— LARI 

\J in half and whole bariers, or siiiall (juan 

UiaiSF.Y, STAPLES k 1IAI.L. 



titles a I 



n 

ton Druggets, .lute .Mats, Velvet Rugs, &e., at 

Eastern i-i-^;;.^ ^^^^^ j j^OAl'S CANDLES, SPICl^, FRUIT, MO- 

„_L t ►^ -' lapses, ^5^lrgln^ln Vineg.u, Colle, ( liocojate 

MEN AND BOYS !— Select vour Hats and \ i'' *:'''''•■'' ''^•'l^';'i''S Ma/aii on Sugars of ;ill kinds, 
Caps while the arsortnienl "is lai-e, at I ^ '^^"«<^'--*J'*. '"'^ thousands of other llglit groce- 



yery low priees. A larire varietv of Traveliii.< 
)res5 Good.s, English and I'leneli Calicoes, 
Piilliant.s, (niighains, Lawn.s Me.samii.,ues, de 
Lames, a lull a.s.sortuient of bleaehea and un- 
l>leach..d Sheetings, Shirtings, Pil!„w Case Cot- 
ton. Demims, Ped Ticking, Towels, Table 
Cloth.s, Napkin.s, Quilts, M.i.siiniuid D.niia<k for 
(-ui-tams, i-e. &... Also a large asMnt.nent of 



such as Ronnels, Hats, Plats, Ribbons. Rr.ches, 
1- lowers, Honnet I-ranie.s, and Shaker Hoods 
A large ^_ariety of Ilosi.:;;v for Men, Women; 
and (..liiklren. ' 



of their appointment, at the oliice of the Judge 
ot Probati! in Stillwater, in s;iid cour.ty, on the 
Oth day of August, and on tlie 2(i;h ihiV of De- 
cember lt;(i2, from 2 v. m. to 4 v. a. of each 
of said day.«. The time limited for presentn- 
tion of claims is si.x mouths from iheUute here- 
of. Jo.-ii.rii N. .M.vs»tK»!AX.> ,, . . 

J,vMi;s Kki..,v. )■ <^ "'"""S'^n.ners. 

Dated Stillwater, June 2(ith, 1SC2.— -."ivv. 

"SotickT 

'l^OTICE is hereby. given that a piomiss«iry 
lA note for -sso 21, dated Nov. 2o, 1801, 




to call on 



^,. „ „ LEVY .S: DANIELS. 

Stillwater, May 0, 1802.— n34. 



HERSEY, STAPLES & H.VLL'S. 



cries at 



HKr.8KY, Staples & H. ill's. 



DENIMS, Drilling.s, Domestics, Ducking,! (^rV-^^ ) -^f^F, DRI\ ING liOOTS.- 
Flrnnel, Hickorv, Tiekimrs, Satinetts ' > '^"'; "r S'"''''i ^-•^."'i ^ ■'"'•' '""^ ^•^■^•'- 
C:issi..iere., Doe Skins, Kentu.kvJeans.Tweeds, ; t''''f- V''^'^^ .V''"'' '"''' ^,^"'^^^'' ='"^^ ^^■^'^""■' 
Bl:uikets, Woolen Yarns, CaipiA Warp, Wool- ' .f' ^\''!'^f ^^»°\' '^"^1 ^'"'^■«- M'^^scs', chil- 



•II Socks, t'or sail! /"»•, bv 

HERSEY t^TAPLES k HALL. 

''I'^EAS! — Imperial Gunpowder, Moyounodo. 
1 Oolong Extra, &e., sold without reference 



to II''/" limes and ju-iees, bv 

HKRSEY.'STAPLKS d: HALT,. 



dien's liiid iiilaiU's siioes, at 

HEilSKY, STAl'LKS i UALL. 

V LARGE ASSORTMENT OF WALirpT- 
per, 100 ViiricUes, to suit tlie most fastidi- 
ous, at Heiiskv, SrArtES & Hall's. 

^L.VSS WAKE, CROCKERY, COMMON 
A and c.\tia, lo suit purchasers, .it 

IIKRSEY, STAPLES & H.VLL. 



( 

MILL owners iiiid others will t:ike notice! [ 
Tii.if the '-Patent LumacATiN(;!-r ,.„ 

OIL" t.ikes the place of Lard Oil for all pur-! I '^?"^''' f""^^ UIRNIXG KEROSE.VE AND 
pose.s, and is sold at :!7.V cents per Gallon I , '^"■'' Oils, witii or without chiinm;vs— all 
Oi.ifi, by HERSEY, ST.VPLES k HALL. I ^'"-" '•'^'^''^^ patents, for sale by 



lIl:;i;t;EV, STAPLKS & HALL. 



1>AINTEi{S SAVE YOUR MONEY!— 
IJK.NZOI.E, a siitrstitiite lor spirits Turpen- 
tine and belter for ul' us(..s. 'J'tiv it I 'Irv it ! ! 
Only 3"i cents per Gnllon, :\t 

HliltSEY, :?TAfLES <[■ HALL'S. 



fcb 



|>ITTER'S PATENT KEROSENE LAN- 
It leriis,'' without chimneys, the best in 
existence —The only patent which cannot ex- 
plode, at 

HEIlSKY, STAPLES & IIAIA. 



SPRING 

CARLI & CO., 

l>E-SPECTFrLLY ANNOUNCE TO THF 

At eiti/.eiisof Stiliwaierand the St. Croi.v 
\ alley that they are i,„» receiving and ollerfor 
tlie.r inspection and patronage, the largest and 
best selected stock ot 

that h.i,s ever been f.,r .«:,le here; and our selec- 
tions being madi' wiih care, everv article will 
be WariMiiteil. Our stock of 

CHEMICALS AND EXTRACTS 
will einbrace every article that the medical 
practitioner can re(,uire, and the attention of 
1 hysieians IS particularly calle.l to our stock in 
Ins branch Of our bn.siues.s. All of our tinc- 
tures hihI preparations will be in li-id accord- 
ance uith the (oriiiulas of the U. S Dispens., 
tory, and ineseripiions will be earefuUv and ac- 
curately coinpoinided. Our 

WINDOW GLASS & GLASSWARE, 

we get direct from Pittsburg by river, therebv 
Insuring us go.^d condition, and 
will be tlie best, or 

CO-A.IJ 01x4 



MORTGAGE SALE.-DEFAl LT llAVINi; 
been made in the p.iytnent of the nionevs 
secured lo be pai.l b\ tliat certidu niorlg:ige, 
cxecnleil by Fridolin Marti as mortgagor, t<» 
Harvey Cutler as mortgagee, dated theeighth 
j day of .May, a. v. 18iil, and duly recorded in 



1802. 

nl h 11 I I *''*■ "'^'^■'^ of the hejrist'er of Deeds Ol Wa.-ldug' 

fl If rJ i t""'"'*'"".^' '*»i' •'^f="'<"'dMiiine.*ota, oiithel.'ith 

IM. MJ IJ , i j,,v „r May USUI, at 2 o'clook, r. m. in book V 



Lamp ; 
cirtlitv. 



inuies, Cliiinnovs, 



Its quality 



. ivc, v.c make a sne 
. and no establishnwnt in the State ' 
oiler ^uch opportiiiiiiies lor selecHoi 
sue' 



can 
or at 



AflLLERS will find a large nsso.tment of I 9 - BARRELS OFTHE REST anti-explos- 

,n\^^'''l''V^''''''^-^^'^^^''l^^^'''\^*^ i,,, pure, white Carbon and Kerosone 
Lath and Mingle ^ mu, Mdl Files, Babbitt I Oil,, for sale at competition prices »t 
.Metal, &e., at 1 IIKRSEY, STAPLE.S A ILVLL'S. 
HERSEY, STAPLES & HALL S. } -— ! 

7TrKT^v.rvp7~ <Z'i: liTT — T~i -,! TT^ANNING mills, Gia.ss Scythes, Grain 

/- AfeT STEEL Sp iiig Steel ami Iron of , ]^ Scylhe.s, Hay Forks, Manure Forks, Hoes, 

V> all .~i/.e.<. Nail.-, Chains, Jacks and Screw!!, : "TT , . . t. 1 

and all ihe innuiueruble small i'.enis of Hard- '■'''OVeJs, Spau s. Scythe Stones, A.\e.s, Fnction 



prices. Our 

OctrlooML Oil 

Wid b . the p;u(-t and be.t the market alToMls 
j and in 

I Paints, Oils and Dye Stuffs, 

Our .stock will be eoniplete. Our Paint. A\ 



of mortgages, on page 1(;2. The amount of 
money by said niortagage .secured to be i):!id, 
and now at the date of this norice being .-.nd 
leniainiiig due and liiijiaid. is six Iniiidred and 
cighty-iune and :!-Jl(i'i ^.«;rt^<,| SS) dollars, and 
no proceeding at law having lieon iiisiirutcd to 
leeover the Same or any jiart the it of: — Now 
therefore, notice is hereby given that the said 
mortgage will Iw foreclosed, and that r.nder 
and by virtue of a power of sale contained 
j tlieiein, and in imisiianee of the statute in such 
j ease made and provided, the lands atfd pieni- 
I isis embraced an. I de«;cril>ed iu sakl mortgage 
and situate and being in the county of Wash- 
ington and State of Miiiue.siHft, and known and 
uesciibed as follows, to wit: The west half 
ef the norlh-cast qnarler {«: I ne J) of section 
number five, (.-.) towii.-lii|i number iwenty-niiie 
(•J5<) north of raii;'e number twenty. (L'4i)\yei»t : 
containing s'-veniy-seveii and Vf-lOO acres of 
laiifl, according to Government survey, will be 
.so'd at public auction, at the office of the IJeg- 
i.stcr of Dtcds of said county of Wa.-ihington. 
in llic citv of Stillwat.r, o!i the "JTth dav of 
An^aI^t, lfs;;_', at M o'clock A. a., to p iv "and 
satisfy the debt r.foi c.«aid, tog« ther vit!i the 
co.--ts and c.\pcn.-;es of sale. 

HaUVEY ClTIiER, .Mortgagee. 
L. Iv. ConxVAX, Att'y for .Mortgagee. 
Dated at Stillwater, July 1 1, 1862. — 15-7. 



ware, al HERSE' 



STAPLES i: HALL'S. i '^oUcrs, Buck Saws, and other articles for Far- 

_r L'- *_ '^"J j mer's use too numerous to mention, at 

LARGE lot of Heavy Tin Ware and Brown 1 UKKf^KY. ^'^'J^"^'^'=^^_^^''^^'^- 

Sione Ware, just received, bv i | )|;iTfANIA AND PLATEir SHAKER 

'' X> WARE — Which can be bought lower than 



just received, liv 
HEUSEY, STAPLE.S & HALL. 



VLL KINDS OF PRODUCE TAKEN ix ; =^".'' '=' ^''« '"■"■'^''V,,f.l, 
Exchange for ({(iods by 



llEKSEY, STAPLES & HALL' 



MERSEY, STAPLES i 1I.\LL. 



IUMMER 
^ staiiiiy 
cash 



fi L O T H I N G :— Coats, Pants and Vests, 
V_^ Plain and Fanev Doe Skin, li'dit or dark. 



liv 



OF ALL KINDS KEPT CON- 1 (complcle suits,) Undsiehirts, and Drawers; 
ly on hand and sold very low for \ colored and white, Also, white and figured 

I Linen and Marsaille.s Siiirts, at 
HERSEY, STAPLES i HALL. HERSEY, STAPLES & HALL'S. 



D. BRONSON Jr. & Co., 

DEALERS IN 

<jSr4>4-tM-i<;!>>, f*rovi<»ioiis, £>i-v titoods., 

BOOTS, H-A-TS, ETC. 



T U M H E R M E X — We arc prepared to 

grind your feed at any time, day or night. — 
Corn and Rye ieed on hand and for sale by the 
load, at the Stillwater Mills. 



be p.Vid at the time of the sale and the balance ^,,,,,,1 ^^ expense. It has three run of IJiirr 



mum MILL. 

D. DPvONSOxN Jr., <Sz CO. 

''I'^HIS MILL is just completed and in good 
J. running order. The want of a 

FIPvST CLA.SS MILL 
of this kind has long lu^-n felt by the citizens 
of Stillwater and vicinity. 

Our machinery embraces all the late.>;t im- 
provements, gotten up in the East without re- 



c 



ASH- 



llighest market price paid for No. 1 

RIO GRANDE AND C L D B W H E A 1" , 

By D. DROXFOX Jr., A Co. 



/ i ORN 



RYE A X D A T S- 



SALE OF SCHOOL LANES. 



Incompliance with an act entitled "an act _„^ „..„ _ 

from any real exnectation of an attack ' ^^ <'s'3f>l'--''> tl>e State Land OtHet- and for ! time to time until »ll is ofTered 



within six months thereafter with interest at 
seven 7 per cent per annum. 

In case the jierson occupying or improving 
the land, has damaged the *anie, the apprais- 
ed amount of damage will be deducted from 
his improvements, and when the occupant is 
the purdmer, the damage will be added to the 
price of the land. 

The lands will be offered in the order pub- 
li.-had, and the sale will bo adjourned J^iom 1 



one run for custom, and nvo for merchant work. 
i>ll grain will be weighed when it comes to 
the mili ;d wi> can assure our customers that 
our aim i^ and will be, to give satisfaction. 



Wanted in exchange for Fencini: or Litniber. 
D. BKOXSO'X Jr. & Co. 



1^ E X C E NAILS— 
Twenty-five kegs Sd Fence nails, for sale 



cheao, bv 



D. Buo.vso.v Ju. & I'll. 



lUc 



W 



r A K .^1 E] US: 

^E are prepared lo flour your Wheat on 



from the Indians. The 



' otlier purposes" approved March loth, 18fi2, 
meetinir was j the following parcels or tracts of land will be 



largely attended, nnd some 140 names :»«I'I at public auction at the office of the Coun- 

tv Treasurer in the town of Stillwater, County 



More enrolled on that evening, and on 
the jJtioceeding day. Saturday llie coio- 
pany was organized, I). Bronson, Jr. 
chosen Captain, and the men divided in- 
to squads commanded by a Lieutenant 
each, as follows ;-:—C. J. Rutlor, Jutlge 
McMillan, John Lyons, M. Moffatt, and ^ *-"';„* 
a Lieutenant for the German squad, 
whose name we did not learn. 



of Washington, on Wednesday, the twenty 
second of October, 18*^2. 

fiands on which fifleen per cent of the pur- 
chase money must be paid down. 

I><'ninark. 



#ec. Town. R.inge. Value of 
Land per 



16 



eo 



I acrc«) ( 
and s »i nei ( ' 
."■J n*i " 

»•» nwj • 

nw} fiwj " 

They are rendezvoued at convetiient n.i ?wj • 

points on Main Street, and under orilers sei«wj " 

to assemble at tlielr respective places of nw^sej 
. , , ; . sw^'l 

nieetmg with the utmost speetl in Ciise j 

of alarm. 



5 00 

6 00 
5 00 

5 «0 
T) go 

6 eo 

e, no 

7 00 
7 00 

7 00 

8 00 



VatiiP of 
Improve- 
nientn. 
76 W 



lao 00 



160 00 



No lands will be sold for less than the ap- 
praised value. 

Purchase money payable iu specie, and le- 
gal tender notes. 

CHAS. McILRATH, 
Vommiistinner of State L<iiid OjJ'ce. 



ISJ O T I C E. 

TO W H M I T MAY 



C V C E R y. 



j Lot! (119»c*!i)16 
nej nw} " 

nw} nw} 



Aft OH. 

2*« 10 



Daniel Roher, formerly sutler of the I i..t*2f47 acre.) " 

Tl,- 1 Af » O • . . 1. I lot •■?■'<»} a<Te»)" 

Jhiid Minnesota Kegimenf, rctuined tol iot4(i04j»c'B)" 
his home in St. Taul. a few dayb Anoc. w\{\i\ acref)'- 



in (v» 

T> 00 
h <K> 
t»00 
f, Ol» 
AM 
h on 
5 on 



The ur.dersigned, chosen to assess the value 
of the southerly portion of lot number two in 
section fifteCB in township thirty, north of 
range twenty west, situated in SVashington 
county .Minnesota, as per survey and plat sub- 
mitted ta us by the Saint Croix Room Corpo- 
ration on the one part and Warren S. Paddock 
and Tillah Howes, the owners of said land on 
the other part, and to assess the damage sus- 
40 00 ' tained by the owners thereof since January 1st 
ISrtl, by reason of the occupation of said land 
by said corporation : have assessed the value 
of said land at three hundred eighty dollars, 
and have a;aessed the damage sustained by the 
owners thereof at eightv dollars. 

<'I!AS. V.'. GARDNER. 1 



IF YOU WANT TO FIND A LARC.E AND 
well selected stock of Dry Goods and Sliocs 
for Ladies and Children, eiiH at Lkvv k Dai; 
our .Merchant Stones. Will brand, ship \ iki.t'.s. Their .«tock is well assorted, and lliei. 
to the east and sell on your account, rendering ' juices are such as to prevent the closest buy- 
vou a full account of sales, therebv saving to i its from grumbling. 
ourselves the ' Stillwater, June 10, 1862. — 39. 

BRAN AND MIDDLI.NGS FOB YOUR STOCK. I ^V . p p~p 
Call and see us, and examine our .Merchant By 
^'"- STILLWATER MILLS, j ^y^ ^.^^ particular attention to our stock of 

, Carpets, nhlchwc warrant to be of sujicrior 

quality. The styles cannot be surpassed, and 



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Bran, Shorts and Mi.xed Feed, i ,,,,. prj^^^^.^ „.^. ^in ^^ke to .'uit the times. 

I LEVY A. DAN ILLS. 

OMETHINO NEW! 



Constantly on hand and for .^.ile at the 

SiiLLWATtR Mills. 



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Wc have in store Readv Made 



wash, Dusting, IL.rse, Crumb, Flesh, Flv, Shoe 
Cloth, Hair, Nail. Too!), and otiicr 

Will be found in tlie largest <upp}v 

PATK .\T MEDICINES, 

Of :x\\ khids will be kent in full sniijdv, and our 

IVrfiiiiicry. Cosiiit^lirs. Jlnir Dyrs, \f., 

Will be found in an.jde stock and of the best 
rpiahty and freshest styles. Our stock of 
Tohacoos Ciffars and Siuiitsl 

Will compii.se the choicest varieties, with Meer- 
schaum, Riiar wood, China, and a lur<'e as.sort- 
meiitof Fancy and Common PIRES. " 

Will be kejit in goo,] a.s.-^ortment. Al.-o, 
WALL RARER, WINDOW SHADES, ki- , 

With Fixtures for Langiug Curtains. 
We have also on hand a large assortment of 

Minci'llaiiooits Articles 
Consisting in part of Pocket Knives^ Sci.ssors 
Flaying Cards, Spices of all kind.-*, crude ami 
ground, I'encils, i'ort iiionnaics. Stove roli:<h 
water-pro(!f HIacking, Whip.s, Violin Jhidges' 
Viohn strings, (hiitar strings. Military shaving 
OhLS-^cs, TuniMer.--, (Jobleis, Laijer Rjer Mug.s, 
W iiic and Omnipague (iln.-^sc,«, Rird Cages, Seed 
Roxes, Bird Raths, Bed I'ans, Candlc-^ticks, 
Concentrated Lye, Soda, Sala-ratus, starch^ 
( 'orii starch, E.-seiiee of Colfce, Dog Collars] 
Coinbs ol all kinds, C^irden sced.s, Fi.-hing 
Lines, snoods, Hooks, Eley's water-proof Cuu 
Cap.a, sice! (Jun Nijipies, Demijohns, k<\ &e. 

IkroH's Coal Oil Lanips hjuI Laiilfnis, 

To l>e used without chinunns — a new ind "-ood 
article, Of ' *" 

WJXE> .vND i.Kjrons, 

Wc will keip a large supply of ihe ]ii.rcst ii.id 
best that can be purchased in New York— coiii- 
l.ri.,iiig in part, I'uie French Rrandies, Holland 
(iin, St. Croix Rum, New England Rum, Fort, 
Rurgnndy, Malaga, Cherry, White and Claret 
Wine.s, Scotch, Irish, Motiongahela. Honrbon, 
\\\v and common Whiskeys— Wolff 's Schnajips 
London Cordial tliii, kt:. Arc. 

AND FURTHER, 

A.- tliciv is no reason why (ioods should not be 
snldhere as low as in St. raid, our priees will 
compare favorably with the lowest that t>t)tain 
in that city — and in or.h:r to enable us to do 
this, our terms from this date will be STiHCT- 
LY CASH. 

In conclusion, ne respectfully a.sk of the pul)- 
liean examination of our goods and priee.-;. 

CAIILI k CO. 

Slilbvatcr, April l'.\ IStiS. 

/-^HEAR (iOODS: CHEAR GOODS! 
Call at Levy k Daniels's and look at their 

Ladies' Dress Goods 



Fifty barrels " Stillwater Extra Flour," made 
Iroiii old (.Miih and ninli-r Wheat, warranted, 
f^ir sale bv D. Pro.nsox Jr. i^ Co. 



I at 8, 10, Hiid \n ; Linen ll.indkcichiet's at 12*- 
BIBS, APRONS, CHEMISE, DRAWERS AND j White and colored Cotton Hose at 12,i ; color- 
Pantels for Children, Night Gowns and Che- cd Hrilliaiits at 2't d.s worth'so ; leaf Eimhsh 
mise Yokes for Ladies, Magic Rulfl-s all widths, '''i^^n "t ^" <-->N ^^«'ih 8o ; bleached Shirting 
Crochet Edge, &c. i "' ''^^ worked Collars at :iii cts, woith 75 cis; 



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LEVY k DANIELS. 



worked do at fin cts, worth si,0o ; worked cur- 
tain Muslin al "Jo cts; Hoop Skirts at I'.O cU* ; 



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JOHN .1. FOBERT.'ON, V 
WII HAM ?tcKl'SK"K, S 

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Seventy -five thousand feet Fencing and Lum- 
ber for sale, or v. ill be exchanged for produce, 
by D. Bkoxsos Jk. 4 Co. 



lOAl. OIL. 

R. .^t <juali«.y. al 4.H ccms pcir galop. 

CARLl * 00 



\ RUBBER COATS.! Heeled Congress Gaiters at j.l,oit; Slippers at 

jSOcts; super kid heeled Slippers at §1.2.'i: 
We have India Hubber Coals of superior! rich black Silk al ^l,Oti per yard, worth sl,i.'.'<; 
quality, at extremrly low prices - don't pur ; prinieil Roiilere.l ILindkeieiiicls for children 

al 5 els, for geiilsat 10. .M.so, at low priees. 



chase before looking at ours. 

Lew & D.\sir.LS 
June 17, 1862. 



I^OR LAMPS AND 
of .ill Kind:-, call on 



LAMP FIXTURES ' J'.„. banzain.s call on 
Lrrv k PwiKls. i Mav ■>« 



CLOTHS. CASSJMERES, VESTINGS, 

Linen and Cotton Goods for liovs and meas 

wear, all lo be sidd at cMreniely low prices.— 



MORTGAGE SALE.— Whereas default has 
been made in the terms and conditif nsi f 
a certain mortgage executed and delivereil In 
Clnistoidicr Card and Lydia .Vnn Carii I. is 
wile, of Wa.sliington county, Minnesota, to 
<;eoige W. Taylor, late of .Mcleod eoniity. 
Slate aforesaid, which said mortgage b«ars 
date the 2:3d day of January A. n. I8C1I, uiid 
WMs duly filed for record in the oflice of the 
Register of Deeds of said Wiiiliinglon county, 
on the 2Jth day Jur.uary, a. n. li-;61, at 4 o'- 
clock r. M., and ic-oni -li in htiok E of mort- 
gage* on pages 11 ;, 1!T a\\\ IIS. V. hi ch said 
mortgi'ge was given upeu ull of those tracts or 
parcels of land I . ing and being in the connty of 
Washington State of Minnesota, described as 
follows, to wit: -The east half of the north- 
west (iiiarter of rcction number "fifteen, (15) 
and the Morlh-wcsl (piarter <if the north-west 
quarter of section number fifteen, (l.l) and tho 
south half of the north casi (pmrter >i\' section 
fifteen, and the east half of the south-west quar- 
ter of the south-west <inarter of section ton, 
and the undivided one-half part of the south- 
east qiiarUr of section number fifteen, — all in 
township number twenty eight, (23) north of 
range number twenty west; — to secure the 
payment of the sum of >;:iori3 3s, according to 
the condition of five promissory notes, one for 
>=.j25 at six months, one S."i.')5 at twelvemonths, 
one for *.J85 at eighteen months, one for $61. "» 
at twenty-four months, one for *7T;i .^8-100 at 
thirty month,*, made by said C. Cnrli to (he 
.«aid Geo. AY. Taylor 

•And whereas said mortgage contains a power 
of sale, executed by said mortgHgors, whivh 
jiowcr ol sale was duly recorded with said 
mortgage, and whereas said mortgagors did, 
puisaant to an act of the Legislature of the 
State of Minnesota, entitled an act to regulate 
the foreclo.-ure of rial estate, approved March 
loth ISOO, at the time of executing said mort- 
gage, execute under their hands and seals, and 
duly acknowledged, and deliver to paid niort- 
gngee an iu.^trutnent in writing waiving and 
surrendering to said mortgagee aid hisassigue, 
for themselves, their heirs and a!=signs forever, 
all their right of redemption in and to said 
mo: Igagtd premises, wliich waiver or iiu-^tru- 
inciit iu willing was duly recorded with said 
nuiitgage on the 2'tli day of January 18cl, in 
book E of mortgages on \^:i'^c tlo of the rec- 
01 ds of .said county, which saii' luortgage and 
the debt thereby secured was thereafter and 
on the l.'ith day ol July 1862 duly a.ssigned by 
the .said (Jeorge W. T.i\ lor, by an instrument 
in writing endorsed thereon, unto .\ndiew 
.Mackey of said county, which tts.sigiunent was 
duly i( corded in the oliice of the Regi.*ter of 
Deeds in and for said county on tlie 26th day 
of July, A. n. 1S"'>2, in book E of mortgages, 
on page 71 T; and there is now claimed to be 
due and is due upon .said mortgage the thinl 
installment or n»te, ansouuting to the sum bi 
five hundred eighty-six dollars and twenty cents, 
and no jiroeicdings at law iw otlierwi.se have 
been had or instituted lo recover the Hmouiii 
due upon said note or mortgage, or any part 
theicol, Now therefore, Notice U hereby giv- 
en, tliat by virtue of a power of s»le in said 
mortgage contained, and imrsuatit to the stal 
ute hi such case made an^l provided, the real 
estate described in said mortgage, and the ten- 
ements and hen ditamcnts tlKTounto belonging, 
or so much thereof as may be neces:iary, will 
be sold at public auction to the highest bidder 
for cash at the ofTice of tlie Register of Deeds 
in Stillwater, in said county, on Wednesday 
the 1 7th day of Septt>mlKT. istj'i. .it ten oVlocL 
.\. M. of said day, Oy the Shcriflof said comi 
ty, to satisty and pay ihe amount then due up 
on said niortgage aiid ex]>ensc of sale. 

Dated, Still water August f>, IS62-7t 47 

ANDl^EW MACKEY, Assignee. 

L. E. Thi'MI'Son. .Vtt'x for Asjtitmec. 



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pnri lta.«e«i before tin- lati- advance, will Im> ^^l|<^ 
31 Ihe old rates, by CAKU k CO. 



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Sar sap ar ilia 

FOR PUEITYING THE BLOOD. 

Aii.l frr t!i- s[». iy iu; • il tl.c !'■;!,. «iii:< rotiipliiiiit'' : 

S<-rofiilH niKl >i«-r<>riilun'« MTrrtionK. •tilth 
«« 'I'liiiioi'-.. ( l« «i>i. ^t«:Tx, Rrnptioix, 
Piiiiplro. I'liil iilr«. tilotrltcK, lluilt, 
UlaiMk, uuit all Skiu Ui»«-H««ti. 

OAKLA.tP. III)!., Otb Jiii)<>, lg.'>9. 
3. r. Ater k Co. liriil«: I i<---\ it luv duly to a.'- 
ki»>w!r>lj;.' »h.it villi >:irs;i|'niiiLt Ii:m <1->ii" fc.r lii>-. 
«l««iii< iiilifril"~l ;t Siiofr.lt.iis luUvlioii. I liav,- >iiri<-ir<l 
• loui il -ii v«rv.\i<i w.i\i f*'i >i-ars. :>uu<:tiiuet it lMin»f 
\>al ill I Kvrs on my li;inil!> aiKi ai'iii.>: sxiiit^tiiiir- it 
turiii^l innxril iiint 'li^tivwd iii» ut tbt> iiti>iii.i' li. 'l»u 
\eitrK tt!!;o i> l>r>'kt.' •'ill en my hrml aiiJ <H>Ter< <l my » :il|> 
aiul ivrs v>itli «iK- s-ir>-. udioli «ii5 {irtiiifnl auil U<«lU'«>nie 
WyoiiU <l.--«ri]'li>>it. I tii.^*! iiiniiy iii«liiiii«r( and urtcrut 
I'hv^i.-iaii.*. biu wiilii'iit niut'h rvlivf frtiu Miiy thim;. In 
'.i-'t. tlw diwrd»«r Kf'" »"r-<-. At liij^rfli i was n-j'i.i-d 
*«> T'.'^ul in liin <it'->p-'l .^icso'ii);' r lli:tt yuu l>u<l pr'imrtil 
»D iilt.miUM i>i>rK«|miillai. !■ r I kii-n IVfUi vimr r.-pniit- 
tion lliat iiny ttiiiiit y.ni m.il- inii-.' I* ^-•»fil. I wfiit li> 
VJIi^-iuiKili.iiid^"( it, uikI ii->'<I it till it cured luti. 1 louk 
(I,** jiHi i-tlvi.^.-, iu "iiiiUl «!••«<•■< uf a l>;as;K>i>iiriil ovi-r « 
tltliUtll, kikI IU'-<I iilllKot tlut-v bultir-'. Nvw and li<-:iitliv 
oliiii ni'-ii l'<r-|::iM l>> tiim inidiT llu< rcab. vvliirh aft-r a 
while til .'X My skiu is mirs cl«-i«r, and I kiu^w ly my 
«»-rliim« Ibiif th^ diH-««'.- Uiii >;•">• 'if'" ""y M'tfOi. You 
i-aii »rll l>rIifT« tli;>t I ft^-l «l»a I nm !>«.vins wIk'ii I t<-!l 
5UI1. tlwt I lu'Id }<j>i I" It- vunt of tlio apuetles vi ilie ag<-, 
mmI r»iii>in ever grntft'ully. Yoiir-<, 

ALKKKD D. T.\I.LF.r. 

St. AntlioiiyN Flrr. T?o<ir or Eryilpel««» 
'I'rtler aiiil Salt Ulirliiii. Scnl«l llcuil^ 
Kiiigtvorut, Sore Kyc», Dropsy. 

Dr. l:"!>-tt ■»!. PirM* writes fruni .Salim. X. Y., 12th 
P*pt., I^i.'. IImI h-,- Jia^ cured an iiiv.t-rato ra*! of 
Propyl. «liifh tlir.-atiixl t- teruiiiiate fatally, by fli« 
|M?r!WverinK «■« ef I'Ur ^it^.*.^^«l^llli^ and nl-D a dant;iT>»:» 
M'tUijnaut /'nfsif'is I'V larjro i\ov^ -f tlif ^aine; says 
he rurrn tlie c.'.iiiui'.u Fru|^^'•>l■^ hy it r.>n<>fantly. 
BronrhO(rl«. GoUre or Stvrlled IStrli. 

Zrl.iilon SI -.M <f l'i.»i'0(r. T-:ia-. vMil.-: '-Tlir.e t^ -t- 
tleJ of TOur S.ii 'Ml-arilla enrcJ iii>- fioiii a (-i^rf — a hid- 
•uus svrelliiit; on the iie.k, «l.iv.li 1 had suffiKd froiu 
over two vear-i.'' 
I.rnc*rr1in>n or AVhUeu. Ovarian Tumor, 

t'teriiic Mcr ration, Krm&le Diseases. 

Iir. .1 15. S riianniiiA "f ^"-* ^'"^^ Citv. vvrit^- : "I 
ni"t che. rfiillv .'Uii ly witli tlie r.-(ii.it of y^'iir ajtent in 
KiviMi;! Ii«re' f'>uiid your S.UT«liarilla a niort exf-lleiit 
altrrativu in lliti nun>eriii« «oniidaiiit< for wlii-di we 
<tiiplov sntU :»r.ii»-lT. I>ut e<i»-. ially in hmnU Insfusfi 
i,t tlH'StP'fiilou-" 'liaihe-is. I h.iTo cured many inv.lrr- 
Mle cmaes of l.ni.-.rrlioen ly it. an.l "ome whor« tie- "'"m- 
I'Uint was can*--! I'y iilcer^ti-n of tlie vl-'nu. Th- iili-.r- 
atitm tt*elf »aji -ooii ruled. Noiliin.; «iiliin_nij kuuwl- 
Ifqnalfi it f<T tli'->e f.-mitl.i d-niiiiteiiuiit-i." 
" »ara ^. JUrrow. of Newl.iirT. Ala.. «iir>'«. " A dan- 
reroiii orurian tinwr on one of tlix fc-nmle5 in my family, 
wl: Ml lull d.-fira all the reine.lie.H Weeoiild'-Tiil'Ii-y. Ii;n 
•It l-ni;t!i Ih-.-u eomidetely cure.1 l>y your KMrset of Sar- 
.••ui-irilla. Our |.liv>i.iiin th..u.;lit iiotliiiii; I'lit extirf^i- 
tien eouM at1\>rd r.-'lief. but h« a'lvis.'d tlie trial of y.uir 
"laiiaimiilli a-* Hie l.i<t resort l-efore ciittinj;. and it 
proT«l eirectiuil. After takin-jyoiir reiucly liglit iveeka 
Mo xytjii.'.'in (•! Ill- di— a-ie !■. mains."' 

Syphili.i aii«1 Mrrtnrial Disease. ' 

Niw OtMAX'. -r-lli AiiiiKt. Is.iO. I 
D«. J. C. AtCIt: Sir, I eheerfuMy c mi ly »*'l'' ""-" r"" 
qn«>t of y.nira^ent. nn<I report to yon some uf the eflecU ; 
I h.ive r>-ali7ed with your r.ir«aparilli». I 

I luive eure.1 willi ir. in u »• pra>tii;e, moel of fliO com- i 
y>!:>int'« for «lii>Ii il i-" lei oniM-n-led, and hive f^uiul i'-i ; 
rff.-tl" trulv woii'lrful in tli- euro of Vtii'i'iil nwt .'/.;-- j 

eUTial Dif^asf. Ii f uiy patieiiN Iiad Sy|diilitic nliT* \ 

in hia tbioat. wUi. Ii wrr-- coiisuniinj: liU I'.-iIate ami Ilia i 
tcp of Uis iiioii:.'). Your i^ar-aparillii, sle.-i'niy taken, | 
curetl him in Uv-. week*. An-'tli.r wan attacked l.y .■.eo | 
onikiry ••ymjd -uid iu hi-i no>'-. and llie iil'erali..u liiul j 
eati-a away a loii.^id'rai.l.. I'rirt if it. s^i lliiit I l»-li. v.- the | 
iii«>>r U-i wi'iild siiui reucli his 'jraiii iin<l kill him. Hut it | 
vieUl'd to niv ad■uilli^l)ati^'□ of Jour .<ar*ii{'arill»-. the 
uU-ris li'-iletl. anil he is well n-ain, not of coiir>e without 
MjRie dixtii^iintli"!! t'l his face. A wouiuii wlei lia<l been 
treat' J lur lie? ■««nie disorder hy mcHury was Mifferiii!< 
from thi'i iv.i'.n iiilicr Uak<. They li*.! '»T..me so fen- 
flliv- \t< lb-- K rather that on a daiui. day .-lie suttered eX- 
cruciatin:; |>:iin in her j<'inl< aiol boiien. t-he, tro, was 
eure-l ciiiir-l.v by your t-aimiiiiriilu in a few weilis. I 
know from iti luimul.i, wlii'h yiurntieiit ;;av.- nie. Ibat 

Ibis I'rei'aration fr your la"b..ratorT must boa njreat 

reiiie<!y-, coiiseniienily. "lhe?u truly remaikaH* retults 
with it hitve not $ur|>ii!<ed me. 

ir;«f..-ni.dly v.,urs, C. V. lAHIMEn, M. D. 

Rheumatisiu, Gont, I-iver Complaint. 

lNrr.pt.M>i.Si;r, I'n-t .ii 0^^., Va.. ilh .July, \<'>. 
Dn. J. f. Avir: tic, 1 have been utllict.d wiili a piln- 
fnl • l.rouic KhtunntlisM for a long lime, which banb-l tho 
^klll of |.hv«ici,iiis. and ^lu.k. to mo iu sj ite .fall the 
renK.lies I "could nii'J, until I trii-l your Sat aiJirilta. Oiio 
1 Mb- cured 1119 ill tv.o weeks, and rn-t. i<d niy (.-ii'Tal 
h.-aU!i !• . mn.h that I am far K tt- r ;lriu b -ror.' I wag 
sUlnckrU. 1 Ibiuk it a woDderfiil luidi. lue. J. FIltAM. 

Jules V. Getchell. of ?t. \j>\\v<. writ.-<< : '-I have heen 
aBlict.d lor vesus with an mUcUunnf tht /.irrj-. vihlcH 
d. ^ir.ved my'heallh. I tiie-I every IhinK. and ev ry Ihloi; 
jSiile'l to relieve ine; and 1 have l«< u a liroU.-iidown man 
for K'Rie v.-nrs iVoni n> oilur cau:>e than t/'iv/<jt.i.i/<t 'i/' 
th' licr. .>lv beloved |.a.tor. the II-v. Mi. Kspy. «<li Neil 
ino to h-y voiiV :=ni>ai'aril!a, bc.nu>e he t-aid In- kcew yon, 
.ind auv Ihii!.; >.>ii luiido was worlU trying. I'.y the hie^ 
in- « f liml A his currd nie, aud bus >o [.urllied my b.ood 
nAU> Biak • a i.- w man of nie. I feel younff acnin. The 
U-jt th.it cm bu said of Jou U not hall sroo.! eliouiih. 
Si-l»i»-r?t<«.t nurer Tumor<i. T:n:«»rj:«-ment, 
lU-fi-atlou, CKrie» HUil KxfoUation of 
tiie lioueii. 

A preat vatirlvof eases liaTP1>opii reported Jnn.'swliPro 
nil— ..f th".- fjrmi t-.ilde cmndaints h.iv,. resulted honi 
the u..« of this r. no dv, but our cpac- here will not n linit 
them. Some of them may Ik> tbund in our AmerK-an 
Alrusna.-. which the av'ents below nauicJ are jdeasi-d to 
furnish gi I'is n all who call f^r them. 
Dyspepiin. llenrt Dlscn-«««, Fiti. Epilep- 
my, Melautlioly, >tnruls>n 
Many r.".>:ariinl.h- .nrc« of these nff^'tions baTO l>een 
nia.le by tlie alterative jHjwer of this meili. ine. It stiinu- 
lat.s the vital function* into vi;.'oroiu! acten, and tliiw 
overi-oui-s disoid.rfl which would be r-uiJ-'.-cd b. y.iirt its 
reach, .•'u. Il a rem- ly h.is Ions bc-n n iUiied by tl..- ne- 
ecseilles of the |.e..ple, an 1 we are cuiitident that tbli will 




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18G1 IBGl 

KlLWAUKEi: AND EEAIRIE DU CHIEN 

RAILWAY. 

FoUMKULY MlUVAl KKi: ANI> M. R. R. 

THROCOIl TO MII.W iriiS^ AXO CMIOACO, WITIIOCT CHA.t«IC 
or CARS. 

The 5horl<»t. Mil-' teal and moat Ulrect route from al 

poiuH N. rlh and Northwest to Madison, 

Jam-«villtf. Chioapo. Milwaukee, Detroit 

Cleveland, Butlalo, Dunkirk, Ni»)tarii 

Kails, Toronto. Montcal. Roche- 

ler, Albany, t'ainl L.>ui.s. 

t'lnciuiiati. Xc* York, 

U-'Ston. I'hiUdelphla. f.altiniorr, etc., etc 

P R At II I K U f C ii I K .S R O L- T E 

The ^'bor'e^t, uio-l comfortable and most diPtt route 

to the t.ist- Pas.enjfer« hy thin rout-- arrive lit Prairie 

du Chie-i at '-• .». M. lufter breakfast on »• .Ard steamer.) 

aud have .i dayliifht ride to Chicii^-o. without chanKe of 

eirs in a.uple time to i:ct sus-per and take the eveumtr 

trains Ku-:. or at Milwaukee, in time f T the evening 

b.iat of the Uetr-iit and Mi!« riiikve Railroail line. 




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^piIE CO rAUTNEKSmr HEUKTOFORE 
I. existiii'.: under the linn immc of I'aHarJ, 
Driipt'r 5: I'arker i:* tliis Uav iHssolvcd by mu- 
tual coQsert. Each uud all of the above part- 
iitTS are authorized to itse the firm name in the 
t^i'ttlerat-nt of all business ptrtniuing to said 
firm. „ 

W. \V. BALLARD, 
N. ('. PUAPEK, 
A. S. I'AltKER. 
Minn., Mav 2>t, 1*162. 



INSURANCE COLUMN, hk-vrv wEsmo 



LOCIS E. TORl.srS. 




ME-N'S AND U0Y8' tXOTHINti ! 



Marine, 



I C E.— 






IN GREAT VARIETY! 



J/als, Caps, BooU and SJiocs, 

KOR MKX. LADUS ANT CHTLDREN, ALSO 



All pci--oim who owe us by note or on ac- 
count are hereliv notified to come forward and 
make ticttleiueiit ou or b. foi<- June lOtli, 1862, 
and all persons having' claiius against us will 
present the .same for m tlletnent iminedialely. 
1 IJALLAltD, DKAl'EH & PARKER. 

Mat ine, Minn., May 20, 18'J2.-36-4t 



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f^r^l. 



No chanircof j. u-iseiiper* or b.>>f«»ge Ixtween Prairie 
du t'*iien and Ctiiea^'i tir Milwaukee. ( 

aVacseniSers bx this rout.- aroid cKai.;iinst from hoaf to , .,. (^'Tlia (~. \SSIMETJF,S, VESTl.NGS 
-, b. twe.-u 1 .' and tlve oVb.tk in the lu-rrm^. and the ^ • ''-' i J t^ , v . v - - 



c 



M M I F S I O y E H S' N O TIC E 





Offer the following Goods at the loweift cash 

prices at their commodious Store Room, 

Stom^ Building, formerly occupied 

by Oliver Parsons, Esq., 

MAIN 8T„ STILLWATER, MINNESOTA. 

UR STOCK CONSISTS OF A FULL AS- 
sortmect of the very best Family 



d 



O' 



Groceries and Provisions, 

EXT. STAR d: MOULD CANDLES, 
and the very best of 



I.ard Oil Cheaper than Ever. 

ON OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS! 



*-'-;.i.i -%»:-- 



Milwaiikie to such as go to 



and the 
Prairie du 



ears 

loii;r omuibu- ride at 

Tlw^Boa;* of IhU Line, carryini? no produce to ta 
Cr,>«iH?. will have no deienti'Ui al tlmt js'int 
publ-c m:.y dtj-cnd. on sure conu-ction.s at 

Bv'sra 'e-will be check'-d throujili to all t**!!"'* •■-»«' 
and S'Uth. thus avoidinif all trouble ta juiscit niters. 

No omnibus charges ill ChicHdi). 

The time by this favorite rout ■ is always at quick, and 
th- 1 irv will be aUavs as low as by any other route. 

Suiwrior Pat nt »ie< i.iiiR Car^ vn "'I "'!•••'« ''^'i'ls. 

lie sure to j.i!r.has.-ti.kel» via Prairie du thicn. 

Kor through Tickets iii'I'l.v «' , „ „ ... 

J. A. rHOMP^ON. uudcrth- Nicollet House, Minn-- 

»p>dis. 

D. HR0N?0.\,3l.iIwaler; ,,._•■, 

And of all the afenls between St Paul and Prairie du 

^'"' ■' CHAS. THOMPSON. Ticket Ap lit. 

f..riier Jack-on stre.t anil I.eVeC. 
V.(>!:rr i CUAMPLIN'. >i-. i^-'Ut A>:eul.-.. 
\VM .IKltV!.-*. Suj'criuteirbi.t. 
i K. P. llAfUN. Utneral Tick t Air^nt. 



53- ir. 



JoHX R. 



WllKKbKa. 



D. W. 



.\RW»ri«iNO. _ 



Tailor's Trimmings, 
SATlNE'nJ^, JEANS, TWEEDS, 



Wmliaiit Tailoring: 

If .\ VINO ENGA<;ED EXPERIENCED 
1 L ami rikilllul norkmeii, I < un make to or- 
rood slvle and last.', and 



Notice is hereliv pivcn that the Commission- 
ers of the estate ot David I. Dibble, late of said 
count V, dtfcea.sed, will meet on .lune '.ilstulthe 
school-house in District No. 4, Cottage Grove 
tov» uphill, Wa.shiiiLnon county, to receive, ex- 
amiiK- luul adjust ail vlaiius aud demands against 
the ufiirosaid estate. 
TIIO.MAS WENTWORTII, \ 
ISA.VC R"SK. \ C' 

D.VVID SllELLENBARGER) 

Mav 12, lbt;2. — aO-.'.w 



commissioners 



SEllI- ANSI.U si UtiltM' \«. lii-!- 
CAPITAL AnI) SURPLUS 

8932,:?02.9S. 



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St, Croix Valley Bank, 



HiiJ.vxi CitiJi 



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Wlscoiistn^Jinii'- i!>ih, ISlil. 

\M i.t-enared to fnrni^h GuM, or Exchange 
on New York or Milwaukee, al tho Imvcst 
rates of exclianjre. 

At iiif Diiire .if P. w. \im\m k f.'., 

In Siillwafer, Minnesota, for the following list 
of Wiseotisin Hunks: 



lie,- on .«liorl notiee, tii _ 
will wurruiit all work. 

TEiiMS — c.vsrr 

I pri(-e cottiin 

Thankful (o.i lite liU-ial patronage be.-tot\cd | Gauntlet s. 

upon me h.rctufore, I invite the public of Still- j 
wat.-r andeh eS). Ct-.iiji Vult<>y to examine my j 
stock l.efuie punlii.^iug. l!a\ing .^jnired nei- ^ 
tlier pains or tmuMe in .«elecrni.i: goods. 1 feel 
contidenl r will give satisfnction in I'licesasj 
well Its qiiilv. 

April 2 ■ .TOS. E. SCllI.EXK, ^ 

Bsrnhetmev'a Block. Main St., Stillwater. i 



ThP fry Is Still They Comf!" 

EVY i D-VN'ICLS have just received an- 
other lot of those Chiinese and Night 



Gown Yoke!!, Hiiop t^kiit- lor ladies and inisse.s, 

Parasols and sun I'mbrella.-s, white nnd colored 

Shakor Hoods, all .-Iz. s, knitting Cotton, low 

llo.^e, lisle Thread Gloves aud 



TWay 1st, 1§61. 

Cash and cash it^'ina .... 

Loans well secured 

Real P'state 

2026 shares Hartford Dank stocks 
2425 " New York " " 
IdlD " Boston 
,0(17 " other 
United States and State " 
Hart. & N. Unv/ R. R. bonds 4, " 

Hartford ('if v Bonds 

Coim. River Co. & R. R. Co. stock . 

Total As-;ots 

Tulal Liabilities . . 



(1 



IJai.k of Bcloit, 

Dai.k of F \ Lake. 

B.iiik of Green Hay. 
Itank i-r ibe Iiiteii .r, 
llank of Ma.lison, 
l;hiik .f Jeffer-on, 
Bank of M.oi.ka, 
Pank .f Monroe. 
Kaiik of ihe Northw-.-t, 
U- Ilk of Ushkosh, 



F;inncrs and Millers BanW 
K'-rest t'ly lUiik. 
Frontier It.ink, 
(l-rmrn llank, 
(in ,11 Ihiv I: ink. 
Hudson City Kai.k, 
I. iwa County bank, 
JilTerson County Bank, 
JuiicHU Bank. 
Kenosha County Bmife, 

L'jniticrmau's Bank, 

\nv person liolding any of the above list 
i will do wi-II to call on us before being shaved 
■ out of -J.'i or .->i» i'.r cent, by the lan.l sharks 
I ci.lle.! Rankers. 

! C22s*>2*-s»2? 0.2> 
Ur.ssrs. MARSiiAi.b.^ iLSLfcV, Danker.s, Milwau- 
kee; Me.s>rs. (iwvNN- it Dav, Rankers, Ner 
York; Stvtk P.a.vk of Wisconsi.s, Madison. 
I D W. ARMSTRONG, Ca.sliire. 
•Tune 1 1,l!Sf.l. i»3Utf_ 

"1^ A. T>p T. IS Tl Y 

HARNESS MAKING. 

rllR FIRM t>F SMITH k I'L.VTd H.vVING 
bei-a dissolved ))y muttial consent on the 
■"iA\ in-t I'le .sub.seriber will continue the 
r " ' SM>D!.i: A Sit llAR.\E.^S 
' l.usincss, in all its branches, at the old stand on 
' Main street, where he will bo happy to acconi 
|,uodatecu>ro..ers. ^ i, „nTIL 
1 Nor. SO, 18'".')— nSO-tf 



Shaker Hoods Flats ^*** 

TU.^T re(-.-iveiM<'0 l^liaker Hoods from No. 
."i to lo: o"U new style Fl:as for misses and 
I ladies; also new style calieoi-s. Lawns, Gilig* 
j hams, round Veils, worked Di'jsSOs for infants, 
I Ladic-' and ehildrvus Rhoes, Slanlillas, Dus- 
ters, Para.sols, Ladies' rinbroilai, &e. 
July 1.5 Lew & Dasiels. 



NB\%" GOODS 

]■> Y K X !• R E S S . 
> 

We have just received a large asstirtmeiit of 
Calicoes, D -nims. Canton Flaniuds, Velvet Rib 
l/ms, e.iloied Drilling, .skirt R:- lids, slietlaud 
v/ool, Zi'iihyr ^vorsted, machine thiead aiulsew 
iiig silk. Hoop skills, etc. etc. 

Feb. 4. Levy & Dasjfl 

TgrTcOltural 

S. 



Estuli' of lli'iiry )L luMson. 

, ^-OTICE IS UF.RERV GIVEN, THAT THE j 
' IN n!i>Iersi/n.--l having been appointed by 
I th"' Jiidijeof Probate of tho 'county of Wash- j 
1 in-.'ion, ("ommi-iiiMiers, to receive, examine and | 
adjust 'all claims for and against the estate of j 
I Ibnrv M. Lawson, late "f said county, deecas- 
i cd, w'ill meet for Said purpose on .Moudiiy I'ne 
I Ijth day of May next, at, 10 o'clock in the fore 
' noon, Slid on the 13th day yi July next al the 
s-imo hour, at tiic Into residence nf said deceas- 
ipfi .). W. FURRER, 

.1(»!IN' MclfATTlR, 
l-.UE.NEZHil AYRi:;-. 
Woodbury, April 7, 1802-51-31 

i>Avai> ?si:Ai>, 

Boot and Shoe Maker^ 

MAL\ yj'., iiTILL\VATJ-:K, 

IS iirepareil to make everything in the Root 
and Shoe lint- in a superior and eh-gant 



For details of investments, ficc smaR cards 

!ind circulars. . , . , , i 

Insuram-esmavbe cflVcled in this old aud 

substantial Coiniianv on very favorable terms. 
Applv to S. S. MURDOCK, .l;;</t^ 

t^'" Dwellings and Farm Property 

for a term of years at very low lat.s. j 
Au£. 12-.y 



AMERICAN, ENGLISH AND GERMAN STEEL! 
Wrought, Finishing and Cut Nails ! | 

Sl'lKKS, BRADS, UIMP, C.\RPET k COMMON TACKS. 

HARDWARE, ALL KINDS' 

INARMING IMPLEMENTS— such as 

CLIPPER PLOWS, 
GRAIN CRADLES, 
SCYTHES & SNATHES, 
SHOVELS AND FORKS, 

RAKES, HOES, &c., &c., &e., &c. 

rpiN WARE— comprising 

Milk Pans, Tea and Coffee Pots, Dippers 

<£r,, fC'C, €&c. 

Queens mid Gliisswarc--all Desrriptions. 

T \OMESTIC DRY GOODS. 

'{'■I'll o- ' Prints, De Laines, Shirting, Sheetings, Dinim, 
y_ -' I Stripe, Hoop Skirts, Shakers all sizes, 

aud a thousiind other articles. 



S7Vt,.'j88 78 
. .50,li58 20 
. L-SiOOO 00 
27-l,8.-.9 00 
198,350 CO 
100,750 00 
58,o85 
78,307 00 I 
39,700 00 j 

. 3f.,7no 00 ! 

. 4,t500 00 : 

I 

$93-2. ."lUi 98 



IjeatUer^ Leather : 

KESSLER & RIEHL, 
Importers, Tanners and Curriers, 

ST. PAUL, MINNESOTA, 

4 RE now recciring and will keep constantly 
J\. on hand the largest and best stock of 
Leather and Findings in the Territory— con- 
sisting of: 

Spanish Sole Leather, 
Oak do da 
Upper JjenOvtr, 
HanuM Lcattier, 
Bridle LcaOuer, 

Tampk'o and Maddrang, 
Morocoo Splits, 

Shoe ana Saddle Shrtinff, 
Bdt and Lace Leather, 
Freeh Calf Skint, 
Frettch Kip Skima, 
Countri/ Kip Skint, 
Also a genearl assortment of all kind of 
Findings, &c., &c. 

[^""Please call and examine our stock as we 
will not be undersold by any hoiwe in the 
State. 

PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO ORDERS. 
tgg" Casli paid for Hides, Furs and Deer 
Skins. KESSLER & RIEUL, 

St. Anthony tl., aoath side, below American House. 
St. Paul, June 25, 1858— 86tf 



1862. 18«a. 

Cbaiigc of Time, :ilay 5tli, 1862. 



LA CROSSE AND MILWAUKEE 



With its coniieetion.-», forms the shortest, quick- 
est and only direct route to 
MILWAUKEE, CHICAGO, DETROIT, 

TOLEDO, PITTSBURG, X. YORK, 
BOSTON, and all POINTS EAST & SOUTH. 



insured 



& P. V. HiiDGES, 



manner, 
inir. 



Particiilai attention panl to repair- 
Jan. '.il, ISti'J-lf 



J>ritKl Apples. 

For sale, to clo.so consignment, 25 bbls 
choic.- Diied Api-ics at ti cetils per pound by 
the ban-el, cas!'.. 

D. W. Armstrong *Sc Uk 



Home Insurance Company, 

m:.\v y<)KK. 
cash capital and surplu 

^l,!O0,OO0. 

Fire and Inland Navigation Insurance. 



CITY i^'irnj 

TIAliriORl), CONX. 

CAPnwL Ay I) sr II PL us 

sa 33,Oai3,OQ. 



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New Goods! New Goods! 

r RECKIVIIL', DIRECT FUO.M THE 



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•1 . f I- th<.i:i all lh.1t i:i-- h'.iue cm 



n do. 



Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, 



rn.annfaeturers, a lianu.-ome a.-soitnunt of Pai-a- 
sols and Ladies' Umbrellas, Hoop ^kins of the 
best qualitv. made to order; als.- a variety ol 

JUiXKTS, FLATS, S/IAKLR HOOPS, 
Ribbon Flowei-s, Roches, straw Tnmniiugs, 
sheeting, shirtings. Pillow case Cottons, Tabic 
Ch'lhs, Napkins, »S:e. , , ., , 

Also, a larite varietv of ladi«>s' and elnUIrcns 
SHOES, all of which will be sold at the lowest 
prices for CASH, OXLV. 

Mav 15. 



Lkvy it- Damf.i.s. 



Deahrs in 

MACHINES AND FARMING IMPLEMENTS. 

Agcncv of tho 

MASSILLON OHIO THRESHING MACHINES, 

A.ND GKAl.N UKll.lS, 

Mc CORMA rirs RE. I PER 

AM) MOWER, 
JOHN If. MAXXY'S 

REAPERS [.C- ^MO WERS, 
RUSSE/J/S 

IROX HARVESTER, 

With two driving wheels and hingfd Cutter 

Rox, an improvement on the Buckeye. 
Also, Riekfoid k. Hudinan's lion Cylinder 

FANNING MILLS, MOMNK PLOWS, llAR ' 
VESTINti TOOLS, i:e , j 

for sale on reasonalilo terms. Warchoufo on 
coiner of Third and Sibley .st.'., one block be- 
low Merchant's Hotel. 

S. P. k P. F. HODGES. 
St. Paul, April 10, 1862-«ni 

"l^anled to Exchangej 

1,-^OR nirUoVF.D CITY PRiil'EKT Y OR A 



(^^"XORTHERX ROUTE 

1-> \SSENC.ERS for the .Vfir Enfff-nul 
• Stifir.^. »• .Yorthern if il 'csltrn 

*fcir l'Oi"/i"» be c-.uelul and pnrcliHse your 
ckcts, via 



;t-2 l',!;OAl)-\VAY. NKW YOltK. 

P U R EL r M U T UA L . 



BOOTS AND SHOESj 

of the verv best manufacture, for hulii-s and j 
mens' wear, and chiblren's Copfier Toed boots ^ 
and shoes, always on hand. Genuine j 

STo:NrE " Yv^Aj^ic, ! 

'r>\xch OS Jans, ,I„gs, Churns, Pans aud Flower j 
Pots, of all sizes. | 

-V<7"OOIDE3Sr - ■^^A.ItE 1 

Wash Tubs, large and small. Water Buckets, 
Bowls, Sugar and Spice Boxes, &c. &c. 

Large, medium and suiall Grind and Whet 
"stones, of the best kind. Tlie best of 

(JOAIi OIL AND LAMPS I 

Just received, a large stock of 

Cooking Stoves! 

Without anv boasting, we are happy to in- 
furin our friends that we are still jirepared to 
tiiiister our Goods in .sufficient force to com- 
mand the attention of such as may favor us with 
a call, and at the same time allow tlnni all tn 
bctah'tu without killing a man, which is all we 
have to say in these times— except, that we al- 
low our batteries to be taken only by a large 
force of " VtUou! Boi/"' regiments. 



Ouc of the Splendid U. S. Mail Steamf rs 

NORTHERN BELLE, KEOKUK, & MOSES 

McLELLAN, 

Will leave St. Paul daily at 8 A. M., from wharf 
boat, foot of Sibley street, connecting at La 
Crosse next morning, (Sundays excepted) after 
breakfast with the ij A. M. train, arriving at 
Minnesota Junction 12.35 P. M., in Milwaukee 
at 2.35 same afternoon, and in Chicago at 0.30 
same evening, in time to eounect with all East- 
ern and Southern trains. 

This is the ONLY ROUTE by which passen- 
gers are .sure of making connections iu Milwau- 
kee or Chicago the next evening after leaving 
St. Paul. 



Oiideiislmriih mid Vermont Cciih'al -^ as «tj jt. 



:iiaifo xnjs- c?oi33Lr>'y 

II AllTl-'iUI), CON.N. 

CAPITA/. AND SVnrLUS, 



tl from 



^w\ Sir ■■()>.■ U':-l.-l .l/'',.i /.-.« T,<nr, 
Chicago or Milwaukee lli.'u l.y any other route. 

o Riirlini'toii. MoniM-lv.-r, S:'5.it .MI.ens, .VorOi- 
teld. '.V bite Riv.r Jun^-iion, Ouiiri.rd, N-.^.shu-., 
Lowell, and liOSTOW , . 

Throiiph Tickets for sale, in e.-»n!i"ctiou with 
Micbi'Mu Central and Grand Trnitk Railways, 
at .la'omee of D. W. ARMSTHO-VG. 

A>ji-nl, Sliuaater. 
■\Vm ('. ANDRKWS. fienl We*lerii .Afjent, 
1 L-ikc 3tr>!.t, Chicttg". no 



Mu- 



9 <9 ^s> 9% ^ 

r^" Ins!ii-anei-r> on both the Slock and 
jUal plan. .M^ 

MURDOCK BROS., 

AGLNTS. PTILI.WATEI^ 



•■2- OKTAIN .«Frir.lTy AdAlNST VW.K. 
ALl.t; INSlKANlt: WITH TliK 



BY R!.I.I 



roK t:ii; uai-ii* ct ur. or 
ConshK, Colds, Influenin. Hon 
Cruop. Krotithit'"*. In«-il»««-"t 
auiiipt iiiii. ami fov tlx' 
of ( oiistiii«|it i ve 



<'oi»- 
ICrlief 
Putit-uts 



f 



iu mlvnm-i-il Stns«-* | 

of tUe Disease. J 

Tbl^ Is « rewfJy «> tniiv<T.«nlIy known ff> snnMM wy 
oth^r for the niro of throat nn.J Inn? cnii.laiiit-', ihat it 
w ii"^lr«- here t- puhlish tl... rrideiice of its virt.i|-=.. ts 
nntivalI.-J «c..-l!enrc f^r c u-b.s and roUls. and its tnily , 
w..hd.-rfiil fiKHs of pnlmonary (Ilst-aM-. Iiuve ni:>.l» it 
kni.wn thrui..!. nt tli« civiliz^J iiatit.ns of the earth. 
Y'-K are thq o nuiuuUies. or even families aniin-^ tli.in | 
whf. havf not soiiie p-ryonal t xi«>rnrn» ff iti ellea.5-- , 
«nni*> livin? trophy iu their n.i.lst ..f its victory over the ■ 
inibtle an.1 J:inser.«9 disoflnrs i-f th.' thrwit and lunt,r 
Al all kii.)w the .IruwUiil li.t:.lity if tla-iie di.i.idirs, «ud 
as thrv know, t..., the eir.rt,c.rthis iviue.iy, »« /'^ed not 
do ni .re than to as-ur- th-.n that it has now all the v^- 
til. s thrtt it .lid hav- »h.t. ii.akiDit the .uris whuh have 
»un 30 str..ii^-!y up.ii th.- ..i.lid. uee uf ii.ai.kui.l. 

Prepared by Dr. J. C. AYEB &» CO., LoweU, Mass. 

\\MnTE LEAD— ZINC AND OILS— 
* T Just received and for .-wtle at the lowest 
St. Paul prices, by CAR LI & CO. 

ri-'Hi-: UNDERSIGNED RECEIVE ON DE 

1 POSIT the bills of the Si. Croix Valley 

Bank and Rockwell & Go's P.ank, Elk-horn, 

Wis., and furnish gold or exchange at current 

teS lor tiic S.!i:ie. 

J)\ni.iN(; & SciiEKFEn. 
S"3 IX W. Armstrosc «.\: Co. 



FIRST ARRIVAL OF 

JS^CW <irOO€l!«»! 

I 



KVY k DANIELS have received their Fal 

J st'i'-k "if 



J. B. BMAI>KN, 

Wliol.s;iI..;nid Retail Dealer iii 

Iron, Nails, Steel, Hardware, 

I'lTTSlU HGIl ' -<>■ 1 U A GRK i'LTL JIAL 
I.Ul'rjAfh'XTS, S: 

F^;;;,',;;™;^.";.;:"^ 'r::ti,\::z ■:<] Keep, c„„«»,„ ..,.,.;.. .o„a. ., „. n.,.-, 

SUGG, SWEEDES & KENSINGTON BAR IRON 
licet Iron, Pow steel, Ca^t steel. Nails, Chains, 
Anvils, Vises, Springs, 





'mMmmf: 



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to which thev call the attention of pni chasers. 
Having purcha.sed their stock at the lowest fig 
ures for cash, thev are prepared to t.fler induce 
ments to those who call upon us. They have 
large as.-ortnient of 

'kAMy DJiE33 IjDUlJ'ijy 

wliich thev will sell at reduced prices. Al-^o a 
large varietr of Millinery Goods, .-aich as Ron- 
nets. Flats, Bonnet Frai'iies, Ribbons, Flowers, 
Ruches, (Jilt ornanifi-.t.s, &e . to whicii they 
call particular aiteuiion. Having determined 
to sill i'fUl €»1SMI O.VI. 1\ they 
will not deviate from their determination.— 
Those who want to .=ave money should call on, 

LEVY & DANIELS 



SHERIFF S SALE.— By virtue of an execu- 
tion i»sii.,*d out of and under the seal of the 
District Com t 0( the tir.-t Judicial District in 
and for the county of Washington and State of 
MinnH?ot.i. ujion a" judgment rendend and dock- 
eted in SJiid court on the 2oth day of May ls^'i2, 
in i»n action wh.-rein Daniel McClane is plaint- 
ifTnn.l Chri.-t.'pher Carli is def^-ndant, in favor 
of .sail plaintill'and against s.iid de'endant, f.ir 
tbe ».uin of live hundr.-d two dollars and thirty 
-ent.s, (?.'.'»•.» .Sii) — I have, on this 20th d;)y of 
'juIy,'l8V.-2, levi.-d upon the folloivingd-seribed 
pieces or parcels of land, situate, lying and lie- 
;n',' in tbe county of Washington and Stale of 
Muinesota, to wit: — The east half of the north 
Test nuartor, the north-west quarter of the 
north-west quarter and the south half of the 
isortheast rpiarter of section number fifteen, 
(15) also the cast half of the south-west ipiar- 
terof the -'.-ith-wcstquarter'of section number 

icn, (10) -ithe undivided one-half of the 

south east (piarter of section number fifteen, .ill 
in township nimber twenty-eight, (ad) north of 
range numlier twenty, {-JtO) west: also lots num- 
bers one, (1) ami two, ('2) in block number sev- 
en, (7) ii» Holcombe's Addition to Stillwater: 
also lot nnnil.er twelve, [ID in block number 
on<», (1) in Holcomb'-'s Addition to Stillwater: 
also' the west half of the north-west fiuarti-r 
section ci-ht. {^) iu township number thirty- 
one, (31 ) north of range tiumber twenty, (20) 
^est— all of which -aid real projicrty was, on 
the 28th day of April lSfi2, attached by me in 
favor of said plaintiff, under and by virtue of 
jvarrant of attttchmcnl isstied in said action. 

Now therefore notiee is hereby given that I 
will sell the above deseriLed real property an.l 
all the interest which the said defendant, Chris- 
topher Carli, had in the .same on the said 
»8sh dav of .Vpril 18C2, or at any time 
thereafter, tiigether with the appurtenances 
thereunto belonging, at public auction, to the 
highest bidilcr for cash, at my ollice in tlie city 
of" Stillwater, in sai-l conrity, o" Wednesday 
the DKli of S-pteinher 18fi2, at 10 o'clock in 
ihe for-noon of said day, to satisfy said exe- 
cution, irteri-.st and cost.s. 

GEORGE DAVIS, ?>»erif». 
L- E. TitOM'-soN, Atto.'iey f"r Plaintiti'. 
' Dal. d n Stillwater h.-.ly J.'. i8ti2.— M 7- 



O O K OUT F O Ii 

1^ A^ n a ^v I jSt s ! 

Good Hoop Skirts at 75 cents. Handsome 
Ribfons at 2-">, "0 and 55 cents. Calicoes a 
S, li"> ami 12 1-2 cents. Cheneille S'-arfIs 
at 25 cents, Cheneille shawls at *2 00, Broche 
shawl.- at Sf) Oo worth *10 00, White Brill- 
ants at 15 cents. Cheep Muslin at 15 et.s, Linin 
shirt bosoms at 2."i cts., Wst shirting calico at 
12 1-2 cts, Liulies heeled congress gaiters nt 
.*1 m, Slippers at .50 cts., atel a variety of 
other gfiods for CASH OXIA' .' 

Lkvv k Daniel-s. 



Land Ivingonthc St. Croix river, ten miles a- 
bove Stillwater, comprising ;'.bont 2oO ucies of 
theheaviest'^timber on tin- river, with a high 
bank for a wood-yaid, about 'sixty acn-i on 
each side of tlio river of good, farming land, 
mostlv prairie, twenty acres of meadow, two 
of the best mill sites on the rive;-,*witli eddies 
iu which logs or lumber can lie with saiiiy du- 
ring' the winter, and one of the very bent pla- 
ces"for a large Rafting Room to be found be- 
tween the I'ppcr and Lower Booms. 

Applv to 0. J. BUTLER. 

April 14, lb(>2-4w:U 



,^VJi 



HmfOROM 



Axle 




Plliups Iit-S'^l i*ii«N *<■ 



CAii 



Also the celebrated 

ROCK Isr.AND CIJPPf-R 

.Vl'ii llic eeKl)i;ite<l 



II CAPITAL, - ■ 

II. K j:LLO<i«, f'cc. K U LOOIIS, 



PLOW, 



Xt. IX- db 



AV 



'ANTED.— 11 ITV ACRES OF NEW 
ground, broke last summer, to rent, in 
one, two or three parcels, for a share of the 
,.rop — on the Point Douglas road, two miles 
from Stillwater. 

En.piireof W. HOLCOMRE, 

Or W. W. Holeombe, adjoining the land. 
Stillwater, April 2'.i, 18i;2. — -I'-i 



A i-.scfe.l ir.st runnel t for extin-nishing tires, 
watering gardens. &e., all of which will be sold 
at ihe lowest piiees (or cas!.. 

Warehouse on Third, between Minnesota 
d Cedar Elrcet.s, St. Paul. Aug. 20, 'CI 



ano 



^M^-TER STOCK OF 

A' JProtisioiis ! 



Cti'occriis 



Saddlery Hardware aud Tools 

170R sale cheap Ibr Ca.-li, by 
' Kk.ssi.er k RiKUh. 



TIIOS. J. YOUKS, 

liEOISTER Oi^ IDEEIDS 

And Ciiureydiircr. 
.Tfrtfu Sh'fft, SUItcater, .T/lim- 

Promi.t nii.l K-j-olal Attrnti.m siv-n t.. th.< P^iy- 
Tiient .if Tax.s f.r N.m-B.vldents. thr-iich Jilt the 
Stat.- of Minnesota an.l N .rth-W.steni Wi>. ii.isi.i. 

Al-i. will fnnil-h corn ot AI-^triKts of Titl.r to any lands 
in Wiishin.rt.'n 0>.. Minn-sota. from datu of hsatioii. 
down to th.; last -rant.-^. 

REFERENCES GIVEN TO 

Ih.n. S J. U. M Millan, Stillwat r, Minms.ota 

H.n. P. X.-l-oii. •• I* 

1 lion. Wni. McKnsii k. 

H, n. A. J. Van Vorh-s. 

Christoph.'r Ciirli, Ifciiik. r ^ ^^ 

I Ihirlinj: * .S<-h. ff.r, 
' (; IV. A. Ranisi-y, 
I Wni. L. Biiiniiig, Bank- r, 
of 1 Ini Bl.lw.-ll. 

J. J. Kii >x. A Co., 

J,.hn. Ulrvin-, 

II. M.-K'iity,lx>aler in Ri4lE<itatr, 

v4-ii-'i>.tir 



CASH! 

And the Highest Market Price paid for 

W M 1 ^i 1 



J. 
II 



AS 

8l«iL-I< <lt 



SCHUPF, 

LS r UECFIVED HIS Spriii' 



The PHCENIX IN'FI'nANCE CO.MPAN Y bcin?a national 

orpaiii7.;fIi..ii.witha CM.ii.iet- svRt.in of apiicies .-.stab- 

lisli,.,) thr<.iiLMi..iil tlLMroiintrv. and devotinjrtt.s ontiru 

time an.l alt.-ntion to th.> hiisiness of Kire Insnr- 

atic-. (l..-:n? fieo fi-i.ni th.' disisters atLudaiit 

ui.oii th- .M;irine biisinc-.s.) an.l i>.>f.ses-in{.' .a 

Cash faiital .'f if4'iO,ii '•>. witli larKt Ca^ll 

p'H-plns, i.l.il^'ed for the jm .ii" nt of 

If.ss,-s; with rompotent ad.iiistors, to 

aid and a»«ist .lainiants in making 

lip proofs, o^'ir* miperior ii(t- 

cuiilii'jiv to l/ioxe <lf«iriii'j 

!li'!ial)k Imleiiiiiitv ai^ainst Loss by Fire. 




ORDERS 

For Goods will receive prompt aiid careful at- 
tention, and are respectfully solicited. 
We would like to have it distinctly understood 

THAT WE WARRANT 

Bvertf Article SoM 

COME ONE, COME ALL, 
And look at our stock. 

WESTING (fc TORINl'S 

Stillwater, April 21, 18C2-2:?y 

REsi\ifFRjijyT. 

"\ I R S. V A L i: N T I N i: 

Respectfullv annouiii \s to the public that slie 
is in constant receipt of all the Fiuils of the 
season immediately .'ter their appearance in 
our own and the Sor^'e:rn maikets. 

She also keeps a c'l.iice stock of Confection- 
arics. Tobaccos, CigM.-, Pipes, Toys, kc. 

OYSTERS, SARDINES, &C., 

Reeeiv.'d direct bv Express, and served up in 
all stvles. Meals ftnnishcd'at all reasonable 
hours. 

ICE CRKAM ALWAYS OX IIAN'D. 
N. B. A room has been fitted up cxprossiy 
for Ladies. Entrance, from Chestnut street, 
west dour. Jwc 23,-tf 



n-A^Vi-.x'Hi Cliec-ked Throiigli. 

ASK FUR TICKETS via LA CROSSE 

For through tickets to all points East and 
South, and information about freight, apply to 
C. L. Wool., St. Paul, 
I). W. AuMSTKose., Stillwater. 
Coo.N k Pi-A-n, Hudson. 
C. L. B.VR.NKS, Presfott. 
H. T. RiJisKY, La Ciossc. 
E. IL GooiHticH, Manager, Milwaukec- 
,L M. KiMK.\i.i., Gen. Tick. Agt. Milw. 
W. W. Wilson, (!.n. Passc-ngor Agt., St. Paul 
Stillwater, May 24, 1862. 

NOTICL.OF SALr.. 

ST ATE OF M I NNESOT A ) 

[ County of WaiduiifffoH x«. f 

NOTICE is herebv given that in pursuance 
of section '.» of chapter 5^7 of the Revi.sed Stat- 
utes of Minnesota, the following described pi-r- 
I sonal i)rop<;rty, to wit : About one hundred and 
I eighty tbousaml feet, more or less, of pine saw 
lo"s, inarked M .j: O called M girdle- .-tar dia- 
mond ; M :',: I, called M gialle .-tar I ; <> S 
O , called diamond N diamond; J. IL P. call- 
ed J. H. P; and:;:'!' :;:, talb-d girdle star 
crow fool girdle star.- The projierty of M. L. 
Noyes, now Iviiig at R*ylf.vw7i,in La^c St. «roi>; 
in said county. -Vnd held by me under a liei^ 
for lalior ami niatcrial bestowed tie reon at the 
request of the owner, which said laf»fir arnd ma- 
terial so bestowed as aforesaid, is of tiie rea- 
sonable worth and value ot one hundred and 
eighty-.seven u'.id lOlou dollars, will b«.s.ild at 
public auction to the highest bidder for ea^li, 
on the od dav of September 1802. at one o'clock 
p. M. of that day at the office of the Stirveyor 
(leneral of logs' for the 1st district in the city 
of Stillwater, in .said county, to pay and satisfy 
the amount of said lien as aforesaid aad tho 
costs aud expenses of sale. 

GEORGE HOLT. 
Stillwater, August 9lh 1862.— 48 4. 



H . 3VZ. n« J^ O I Xj Ij 

(iKNKR.U, .\(i'TS, 



^O.N'.s.VV /'AW AT THIS 
Ajiplications solicited, policies 
newed, and 



.IChXCXIiY 
issued aud re- 



GROCERIES c6 PROVLSOXS! 



SHERIFFS SALE.— By virtue of a pluiies 
execution, i.ssued out of and under the seal 
of the District Court of the second Judicial 
District in and f()r the county of Ramsey and 
State of Minnesota u|)on a judgment rendered 
ni said court on the •.:7th day of August^ 1857, 
n an action wherein John D. Pha-nix, Francis 
M. Babcock, John Rabeoek and Philip Pho-i.ix, 
copartners «« Babcock vt Co., are plaintiffs and 
Amherst Willoughby, Simon Powers, Charles 
F. Lansing and Samuel D. Hcndei-son are de- 
femlMiils, in favor of said plaintills and against 
said dcleii*bints, lor the sum of three thousand 
five hundred eighty 8I00 dollars (»8580 08) 
and six dollars andYifty cents (.*6 .lO) increased 
co>ts, a transcript of which said judgment was 
docketed in this Washington county on the JUst 
dav of August, 1857, I have levied upon the 
fbliowing described pieces or parcels of land, 
situate, lying and being in the county of Wash- 
iienon and State of Minnesota, aeRcribed as 
foFlow.s, to wit: The west half of the north 
east quarter and the south-east" quarter of the 
uorth-east quarter of section No. eleven, (11) 
also the south-west tiuarter of the north-west 
quarter of section No. twelve, (12); also the 



STATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY OF 
Wasb.ngton, ss.— In Probate Court.— In 
the matter of the last will and testament of 
Gold T. Curtis, \&i6 of said Crtanly. deOCtsCd. 

An instrunient purporting to f>e the lastwd! 
and testament of (Jold T. Curtis, late of s.aid 
county of Washington, deceased, having bccu 
dejiosited in this Court lor probate ; 

Il is ordeied that the j.roofs of said iiistrw- 
ment be heard before me al my office, iu the 
citv of Stillwater, in said county. On the lOlh 
day of Seiitembcr next, at 10 o'clock A. Ji., at 
wliich time all persons intetested may appt-ar 
and contest the probate of said will. 

And is further ordered, that notice of said 
aoplication and hearing be given to all persons 
interested in said estate, by pul>li.shing a copy 
of this order for three successive wi-cks prior to 
said davof hearing in tho 'Stilwater Messenger.' 
a weekly newspaper published iu said county of 
Washington. 

IIOLLIS R. MURDOCK, 

Jue^e of I'rohate. 

Dated, Stillwater Aug. 5th, 1862. 4w 4 9 



FOR Hi^L ! 

THE Dwelling and Lot 10, block 20,^ 
Iloleombe's Addition, adjoining Lilly^ 
Lake, for *200 — one-fourth cash, and the bal- 
ance in three annual paymen-s. Also, 



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nS 



K. COK^-^A^f, Agent, 

Sti/licaltr, Minn. 



First Class Insurance. 




— A N D 



E-y 

HERSEY, STAPLES & HALL, 

Dec. SO, 18614W Main St., Stillwater. 



G 



UARDIAN'S SALE OF REAL ESTATE. 



St. P.-nil, Miimesoti*. 



LA CROSSE, mnSON ANT) STILL. 
WATER RA<;KET, 

DAN. A. THAYKU. : : CAPTAIN 

Will niake semi-weeklv trips, connecting at La 
Crosse with trains for the East. For Freight 
or Passage, applv to 

b. W. ARMSTRONti k CO., Agt's. 

Stillwater, May 14, 1862- 




B 



ACONS' BURNER - 



A New Coal Oil Lamp, 



To be used without chimneys — a good thing, 
and very cheap, bv ^.^^,,, ^ ,;,, 



NoTiCK is hereby given that by virtue of a ; 
licen.se of the Probate Court in and for tlie 
county of Washington, State of .Minnesiila, is- 
sued to me as Guardian of Mary E. Haskell, 
Charlotte A. Haskell and Freib.'riek I. Haskell, \ 
minors, I shall sell on the 20th day of August 
next at 10 o'clock a. m. of that day, at public 
auction to the highe.'t bidder, the followiiig de- | 
Rcribed real estate belonging to said minors, 
situate and being in said county of Wa.slnngton 
and State of Minnesota, and designated as fol- 
lows, viz . — The undivided seventeen one hun- , 
died and twentieth (17-120) parts of the re-! 
corded plat of the village of .\fton, excepting 
the following lots, viz : Lots 11 and 12 in 
block 7 ; hits 7 and « in block 16 ; lot 7 in 
block 7 ; lots 5 and t? in block 16 ; lot 7 in 
block 15 ; lots 7, S, '.K 10 and 11 in block ^ : 
also fraction of block directly east of block o; 
jots 5 and 6 in block 21 ; and lot 7 in block 8 ; 
bein-.: the entire interest of said minors in said 
village ol Alton. Said sale to be made at tTie 
Post^ffice in said village of Afton. Terms of 
pale cash. 

HENRY T. HASKELL, Guardian. 

Dated July 2lst, lSr,2.— 4'; 4. 



I IFIdeli is one of the most eomplc 
' oftlred in this market, embracing among other 
articles, 

.' t'l•<^\R^^. 0(1!^ KKK, TK.AS. Kl-OIR. PORK. 

ULTTKH. II KKKKMKIt t'OLNT Y CHtKSK, 
j XATI i;\L 1'KI>KIIVKS. 

/'//; ERUJT, JELLIES, 

' GRKKX AXD PRY FRIIT. SARDINES, CAN AXT) 
LOVK OY-STKR^;, .V. ., ie. 

Together with a choice lot of 

I Tobacco and Cigars ! 

. t He con.stantly k.^cps on hand a large asort 
ent of Confeetiouaries, Toy.s. &e., together 
ith almost every article to be foundinagen- 
ral 

GROCERY i PROVISION ESTABLISHMENT, 



,..„<.,...«,. NIAGARA I 



.*e\v York. 



STOCK CAPITAL, .aLLPAID IN, ^200,000,00 

SIRI'LIS. 104,018,00 

i.IABlL.VTir.S, NONE. 

L. G. lr.vi.\G, Sec'ry. J. D. STKEi,E,Prcs't. 



which will be sold at the lowest possible figure 
or CASH ! 

Thankful for the very liberal patronage her.-- 
tofore received, he invites his friends tocall and 

Exaiiiiiie Ills Stock. 

vStorc in Nelson's Building, 
MAIN STIIEET. 



Pn(ENlX FIRE INSURANCE 

ot Brooklyn, IVew York. 

CASH CAPITAL, ^200,000. 

PH1LV5IIEB Shaw, Sec.ry. STRf!ir.>- Crowfi.i, Pn.a.t. 
C. W. NEC KIRCH, 

.\gent for the above Companies, at the office 
of Darling k Sliefller. 

Jiip- 15, ISCO— 4ftf 



also the" west half of the north-east quarter of 
section No. eleven, [11] in township No. twen- 
ty-nine, -2'J-north of range No. twenty-one, 
-•21 -west, as the property of defendant Am- 
herst Willoughby. 

Now therefore notice is hereby given that I 
will .';ell the above described real property and 
the interest which the defendants or either of 
them had in the same on the 81st day of Au- 
gust 1857, or at any time thereafter, together 
with the appurtenances thereunto belonging, .at 
public auction to the highest bidder for cash, 
at mv ofiice in the citv of Stillwater, in said 
count V of Washington, on Wednesday the 24th 
day of September, 1862, at eleven o'cl )ck in 
the forenoon of that day to satisfy said execu- 
tion, interest and costs. 

GEORGE DAVIS, Sheriff 
Van- Ette.v & Ofkicer, Ally's for Plaintififs. 
I Dated at Stillwater this Tith August, 1862-48. 



Applv to L. R. Carswell, .Tanesville, Wis., or 
to C. IL Neukircb, with Darling & Schefl'cr, 
Mav 26,1862. S'--*** 



BfnNNESOTA HOUSE, 

ON M.VIX AND ClU'..«TNt;T ST3., STILLWATEft. 

U. SIEGENTHALER, PROPIETOR. 

THIS LONG ESTABLISHED HOUSE HAf5 
been newly re-fitled throughout in good 
style, ana convenient to the Stcrmboat Land- 
ing. Charges as moderate as any Hotel in the 
citv. April 21, 1862— dm 



<>.000 Bii<«Ii(*i<« I*l:i%l<>riiitf Hair, 

I ''OR ialc, at wholesale or retail, by 
^ KfsSLEK & RlFHt 



]^ew Tobacco ^tore.l 

"-l^HE SUBSCRIBER H.VS JUST OPENED | 

a new Tobacco Store on Main street, opposite | 
the Lake House, where the choicest brands of 
Siiiokin;; A: Clieuinff Tobsuros 
CiKiirs, Snnfls, Pipes, Ac, | 

can always be found, and at the lowest possi- 
ble living rates. j 
CLOCK AND WATCH RE PAIRING j 

Done in the best manner »>nd at low prices.- 
Give me a call. JULIUS SANDRKTZKY. j 
Mar.-h 10. I.S62. "■m'ii" . 



iETN AINSUR ANCE COMPANY 

HARTFORD COX.\. 

The undersigned has been appointed Agerit 
of the above Company In place of Harvey Wil- 
son resigned, and is prepared to effect insur- 
ance, against loss or damage by fire, and against 
the dangers of Inland Navigation of Lakes and 
Rivers Office at the Hanking House of Dar- 
liu" & Schcfler on Main street, Stillwater. 

CHAS. SCHEFFER, Agt. 
22, 1861. — n.50.3mos. 



J. 



S 



K. EEINER, M. D 

Physician and Surgeon, 

T I L L W A T E R , MINN. 



June 3d, 1862. 



88. 



TO SPORTSMEN. 
Just received and receiving a complete 
outfit for the grouse season, consisting of Ely'a 
gun caps, wads, nipples, powder, flasks, shot 



bags, dog whips, whistles, &c. 



CARLI & CO. 



LANTERNS — 
FOR COAL OIL, 
Without a chimney -^ a capiul article, and 
cheap, by ' .<.«ii.-rn 



CARLI k CO. 



c 



AL OIL LAMPS, CHIMNEYS k SHADES 



In great variety and at the very lowest prices, 
'ay CARU k CO. 



w 



TALL PAPERS. 



Call and take a look at the select patterns of 
Wall Papers. LEVY L DANIELS. 



C N D 



SUPPLY 



Aug. 



CO-PARTNERSHIP NOTICE. 

MR CHARLES .L BCTLER 
having become associated with us, 
will continue our present business under 
firm name of Carli & Co. 



B 



ONNETS, RIBBONS, FLOWERS, &c. 



we 
the 



We call particular attention to our stock of 
Bonnets, Ribbons, Flowers, Ruches, Cape Nett, 
Laces for Bonnet Trimmings, Hats, Flats, and 
Shaker Hoods. LEVY & DANIELS. 



CARLI BROS. 



Stillwater March 17, 1862. 



C^ARBOxN OIL — 
J BEST QUALITY, 

At 45 cents pergalon 
Mav 13 . 



( 



~1 ARDEN SEEDS, Briggs & Bro's, Roches- 
T ter, just received by exprcs.t. 



C.\RLI k CO. 



White Ijiiiic. 

Just received, for .sale low for cash at the 
Browr T'ar.'housc. 

T>. W Armstrong A' ♦ o. 



O E 

Of Bonnets, Flats, Ribbons, Flowers, Ruches 
and white and colored shaker hoods, at 

Lkty & Dasiels's. 



T1^ VLL PAPER, WINDOW SHADES, 
>\ ' AND nXTURES, 

Just received and for sale lower than ever, by 

CARLI k CO. 



r>L A N K S ! 



Of all kinds for sale at this Office. 



1 



:>APER HANGINGS, WINDOW SHADES 



fce., Still lower 



CARLI k CO. 



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